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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE 

VOLUME THIRTY-THREE 




MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA 



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AT some distant time, vet not too distant; in a iliilercnt world, 
yet not too different; there will arise a newer Medical College 
of \'irginia, tle\-oted as always to the healing ot "the thousand 
natural shocks that flesh is heir to." Here, now, as the first faint 
flickerings, the incandescent dawn of the future is envisioned, to that 
future this volume is hopefully, impatiently dedicated. 



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TN this, the 1946 X-Ray, published in all the eagerness 
''- of a world at peace, we have attempted to capture the 
fervent vigor of a student body once more confident and 
secure. In our laughter, the memory of tears remains; 
and in our ambitions, the relics of frustration linger. But 
if some future year should give one pause to glance again 
through these pages, and should these simple words, 
these artless pictures, bring forth a wistful gleam or 
nostalgic smile for these eventful years, then our en- 
deavors shall have been immeasurablv rewarded. 



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Contents 



Schools 

MEDICINE 
DENTISTRY 
PHARMACY 
N U R S I N G 



Acth'iiies 

Fraternities 

Features 

Advert I semen ts 




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The professional school which puts its stamp upon its graduates has an 
individual obligation to make its work stronger, more influential, more serviceable 
throughout the years; the graduate has his corresponding opportunity, too, to be 
realized in personal worth, in cooperation with colleagues, and in usefulness to 
patients or clients. Thus the institution and (he graduate move forward pan 
passu toward (lie same general objectu'cs. 

riie war has brougiit almost mnumeraliie handicaps, frustrations and 
heartaches to institutions like ours just as it has to individuals. It is now essential 
that every possible effort be made to take up constructively the routine of peace 
time, as well as the special endeavors which the immediate future may dictate. 
Emphasis upon quality must come first, quality of studentship, quality of instruc- 
tion, quality of services to the sick, and quality of research. Graduates as well 
as faculty, the administration, and the Board of \' isilors, can make their contribu- 
tions to these e\er-presenl constructive ends. 

Sincerely yours, 

W. T. S.-\XGER, President. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



William T. Sanger, Ph.D.. L.L.D., L.H.D President 

I. R. McCauley Secretary-Treasurer 

RouEKT HuDGENS. A.B.. M.A Director of Hospitals 

I. P. Gray, A.B., M.D., M.P.H Dean, School of Medicine 

Harry Bear, D.D.S., D.Sc Dean. School of Dentistry 

WoRTLEY F. RUDD, M.A., Ph.B., D.Sc Dean, School of Pharmacy 

Robert B. Smith. Jr.. Ph.D Assistant Dean, School of Pharmacy 

E. Louise Grant, B.S.. R.N.. M.A Dean. School of Nursing 

Sybil M.acLean. A.B.. M.A Assistant Dean. School of Nursing 

George \V. Bake.man. B.S Assistant to the President 

\V. L. Beale Acting Assistant to the President 

Archer W. Hl-rd. Ph.B.. .M.S.. Ph.D. . Director of Educational Research and Service 

E. C. L. Miller. .M.D Directing Librarian 

Kl.ORENCE McRae Librarian 

C. P. Cardwell. Ir Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 

loNAH L. Larrick. B.A Secretary. Y.M.C.A. 

RoSHiER \V. Miller. Ph.G.. M.D Student Health Physician 

William H. Parker. .M.D Graduate Manager Athletics 

.NIargaret DrBois. .^1.D Director of Outpatient Clinic 

George Ossman. B.A.. B.D Chaplain 



BOARD OF VISITORS 



OFFICERS 

Stuart .McGuire. M.D.. LL.D Chaimi; 

Robert T. Barton. Jr.. B.S., LL.B Vlce-Chairmi 

J. R. .^IcCauley Secretarv-Treasur 



Robert T. Barton. Jr.. B.S.. LL.B.. Attorney-al-Laxv .... Richmond, V 

Sa.muel M. Be.miss Richmond, V 

Claude B. Bowyer. A.B.. M.D.. Physician Stonega. V 

Joseph D. Collins. M.D.. F.A.C.S..'Suree..n Portsmouth, Vi 

J. B. Fisher. M.D., Physician Midlothian, V 

W. L. Harris, M.D., Physician Norfolk, Vi 

David A. Harrison, Jr., B.A., LL.B., Attorney-at-Law .... Hopewell, Vi 

Erpa Hunton. IV, B.A.. LL.B., Attorney-at-Law Richmond, V 

W. D. KeNDIG, M.D., Physician Kenbridge, V 

Lewis G. Larus. Larus & Brother Company Richmond. V 

Hugh Leach, B.A.. M.A., President Federal Reserve Bank . . . Richmond, V 

Stuart McGuire, M.D., LL.D.. Surgeon Richmond, V 

WiLLIA.M H. Schwarzschild, President, Central National B.ink . . Richmond, V 

J. E. W. Timberman, Pharmacist Alexandria. V 

J. McCaw Tompkins, B.A., M.D.. Physician Richmond, V 

Douglas VanderHoof. B.L.. M.A.. M.D.. Physician Richmond. V 

W. W. Wilkinson. M.D.. Physician LaCrosse. V 

John Bell Williams, Ph.G.. D.D.S.. Dentist Richmond, V 

Dabney S. Lancaster, B.A.. M.S.. LL.D.. Superintendent of Public 

Instruction. Ex-Ofico Richmond. Vi 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

DoL'Gl as \'anderHoof. Chairman 
Eppa Hunton. IV Willia.^v H. Schwarzschild 

Lewis G. Larus J. ."^IcCaw Tompkins 

Hugh Leach John Bell Willia.ms 

Stuart .^IcGuire Willia.m T. Sanger. Ex-Officlo 



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THE FACULTY 



THE DEANS 

DR. BEAR has been associated with the School 
of Dentistry for well over thirf.v-five years, 
first as a student, then as instructor and professor, 
and since 1929, as Dean. Recipient of numerous 
honors, he has recently retired from his private 
practice so as to be able to devote his full time to 
the Dental School. His long record of service is 
well indicative of his extreme capability. 




Hahhy Be.4h, D.D.S.. F.A.C.D. 
School oj Dcnlislry 

HAVING graduated from the University of 
Minnesota School of Nursing, and having 
received her Master of Arts Degree in Education at 
Columbia University, Miss Grant accepted the 
position as Dean of the Schools of Nursing at M. C. V. 
in August, 1939. Since then the efficiency of her 
administration and the gracioiisness tif her manner 
have delighted us all. 

E. Louise Gr.xnt. B.S.. R.N.. .^l.A. 
School oj A ur.viiu] 




J.ACQUES P. Gray. A.B.. ,^l.D.. .^l.P.H. 

School flj Jlcdicine 




DR. GRAY came to the M. C. V. as Dea 
School of Medicine in 1942. Since thei 
achie\'ed the almost impossible feat of sa 
all of the people all of the time. He ha 
particular interest in the present graduatii 
since this class was the first to enter ur 
discerning eye. Its successes will show th( 
work of his Influence. 



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WOHTLEY F. Ruuu, M.A., Ph.B.. D.Sc 
School of Phannacii 

A NATIVE of Chesterfield County in Vi 
Dean Rudd was educated in Richmond s 
and received his degree from the old Unii 
College of Medicine in 1902. A few years la 
became Professor of Chemistry at M. C. V 
in 1920, Dean of the School of Pharm.icy. 
1946 marks the beginning of his second qi 
centurv of service to the students of ,M. C. V. 



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MEDICINE 



FhaxkL. Ai>PEHiv. .\l.A...Nl,D.B.CIi.. D.Sc. F.R.C.P. (Lo.kI.) Piojc.r.wr oj I'alliolo,,,/ 

I. A. BiGGEK, ■^l.D.. F.A.C.S Pmjessor oj Suniay 

Wyndham B. Blanton. A.B., .NLA., D.Liu.. F.A.C.P Projessor oj Clinical Medicine 

Arthur S. Brinkley, M.D Professor oj Clinical Surgcri/ 

Claude C. CoLE.MAN, M.D.. F..\.C.S Projessor oj Xeuroloflical Sur^erj/ 

Robert H. Courtney. M.D Projessor oj Opkllmlmology 

.Austin I. DoDSON. M.D Projessor oJ Vrology 

J. C. Forbes, Pli.D Research Projessor oJ Biochemisbii 

E. Tri.nible Gatewood. M.D Projessor oj Ololofli/, Rhinologi/ and Laryntioloffxi 

R. FixleyGayle. Ir.. .M.D.. F.A.C.P Projessor oj Xeuropsychiatry 

\\'iLLiA.\i T. Graiia.m. .N!.D.. D.Sc Projessor oJ Orlhopedic Surqerfi 

IacQUES p. Gray. A.B.. M.D.. .Nl.P.H.. Dean oj Medicine. Projessor oj Pre^'enli^'e and Public Henllh Medicine 

Harvey B. Ha.\g. Ph.G.. B.S. in Phar.. .^1.D Projessor oJ Plmrmacolog,, 

Frances A. Hellebrandt. B.S., .Nl.D Projessor oj Physical Medicine 

William H. HiGGixs. A. B. .Nl.D Projessor oj Clinical Medicine 

Fred M. Hodges. M.D Projessor oj Clinical Radioloiii/ 

Randolph H. HoGE, B.S.. i^l.D Projessor oj Gfinecology 

IohnS. Howe. A.B.. M.D Projessor oj Pathology 

Robert Hudgens. B..'\.. .Nl.,\ Projessor oj Hospital .Idminislralion 

I. Morrison HuTCHESON. A. B.. .Nl.D.. F.A.C.P Projessor oj Clinical Medicine 

Frank S. Johns. A. B.. M.D. . D.Sc Projessor oj Clinical Surgery 

H. Page Mauck, M.D. . F.A.C.S Projessor oj Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

RosHiER \V. Miller, Ph. G., M.D Projessor oj Materia Medica and Therapeutics 

Tho,\1AS W. Murrell. M.D Projessor oj Dermatology and Syphiloloijy 

Sidney S. Negus, Pli.D Projessor oj Chemistry and Biochemistry 

H. L. Osterud. Ph.D Projessor oj Analomu 

Peter N. Pastore. A.B.. .^l.D.. .Nl.S Projessor oj Otology. Rhinology and Laryngology 

WiLLiA.M B. Pouter. .Nl.D., F.A.C.P Proje.tsor of Medicine 

Clyde F. Ross, .Nl.D Proje.rsor oj Clinical Crolo.iy 

Ia.mesH. S.MITU. A.B.. .Nl.D Projessor oj Clinical Medicine 

I.eeE. Sutton. Jr.. B.S.. .\1.D Projessor oj Pediatrics 

Daniel D. Talley, Jr.. B.A.. M.D. . F.A.C.P Projessor oj Clinical Radiology 

E. H. Terrell, M.D Projessor oj Clinical Proctology 

Porter P. Vinson. B.S.. M.A.. .M.D. , D.Sc. F.A.C.P.. Proje.r.ror oj Bronchoscopy. Kwphagoscopy andGa.!troscopy 

E.NL\NUEL U. W'allersteix. B.A.. .Nl.D Proje.r.roroj Clinical Otology. Rhinology and Laryngology 

H. Hudnall Ware, Jr., .M.D Projes.wr oj Okrtetrics 

CarriNGTON WILLIA.^^S. B. A.. .Nl.D.. F.A.C.S 1'roje.tsor oj Clinical Surgeiy 

O. B. DardeN. A.B.. M.D hsociale Projcvor oj Xeurop.tychiatry 

T. Dewey Davis. ■^1.D.. F.A.C.P Uwciate Proje.r.mr oj Medicine 

Margaret DuBois. M.D i'sociate Proje.t.wr oj Hospital Admini.tlralion 

Everett Idris Evans, Ph.D.. M.D is.wciate Projasor oj Surqeri/ 

John H. Foulger, Ph.D., M.D. . F.A.C.P ls.<ociate Projessor oj Industrial and Premxti.'e Medicine 

Richard \V. FowLKES. B. A., M.D Associate Projessor oj Dermatology 




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MEDICINE 





G. H. Gehrmann, M.D., F.A.C.P. Associale Projcssor oj Industrial and Preneni'me Medicine 

Thomas E. Hughes, A.B., M.D Associate Projessor oj Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 

Everett H. Ingersoll, Ph.D Associate Projessor oJ Anatomy 

Howard R. Masters, M.D Issociate Projessor oJ Xeuropsyctiiatry 

Robert F. McCrackan, B.S.. MA Associate Projessor oJ Biochemistry 

John M. Meredith. M.D Associate Projessor oJ Xeurological Surgery 

Robert Sheffey Preston, A. B., A.M.. M.D Associate Projessor oJ Jledicine 

Robert \V. Ra.^isey, Ph.D Associate Projessor oJ Physiology 

Ja.mes Douglas Reid, Ph. B., D.Sc Associate Projessor oJ Bacteriology and Parasitology 

J. Ha.milton SCHERER. M.D Associate ProJessor oJ Jledicine 

\\'iLLiA.\i A. Shepherd, A. B.. .^l.D.. F.A.C.P Associate Projessor oJ Jledicine 

Ja.mes B. Stone, B.A., ,^l.D Associate Projessor oJ Pediatrics 

J. Lloyd Tabs, M.D Associate Projessor oJ Radiology 

Harry Walker, M.D., F.A.C.P Associate Projessor oJ Medicine 

Lawther J. Whitehead, M.D Issociate Projessor oJ Radiology 

Thanning W. Andersen, B.S., M. A Assistant Projessor oJ Anatomy 

Sa.muel A. Anderson, Jr., A. B.. M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Pediatrics 

Webster P. Barnes, M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Surgery 

T. Neill Barnett, M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Medicine 

Ralph G. Beachley. M.D.. Dr. P.H Issistant Projessor oJ Pre,'enti,'e and Public Health Medicine 

Joseph Bear, M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Obstetrics 

H. Wallace Blanton, A.B., M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Medicine 

Nathan Bloo.m. Ph.G., M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Medicine 

Adrian L. Carson, Jr., M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Obstetrics 

Edgar Childrey, B.S., M.D issistant Projessor oJ Ophthalmology 

Harvie DeJ. CoGHILL, M.D Issistant Projessor oJ Pediatrics and Neuropsychiatry 

Clifton B. Cosby, B.S Assistant Projessor oJ Biophysics 

Donald S. Daniel, A. B., .^l.D Assistant Projessor oJ Surgery 

Louise F. Galvin, A. B.. M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Pediatrics 

Erling S. HeGRE, Ph.D Assitant Projessor oJ Anatomy 

Arden Howell, Jr., Ph.D Issistanl Projessor oJ Bacteriology and Parasitology 

Herbert C. Lee, M.D. . F.A.C.S Assistant Projessor oJ Surgery 

Claude L. Neale, B.S.. .n.D Assistant Projessor oJ Psychiatry 

C. L. Outland. ,^1.D Assistant Projessor oJ Premlti^'e and Public Health Medicine 

(. B. PORTEUFIKI.I). B.S., ,\1.D.. M.P.H Issistant Projessor oJ Prci'enti>-e and Industrial Medicine 

L. J. Roper. .^l.D Issislant Projessor oJ Pre.rnlnr and Public Health Medicine 

JaS. Asa SlIlEI.Ii. ,N\.U Issi.^tanl I'mjes.wr oJ Xeuropsychiatry 

Edwin L. S.MITII. Pli.D Issislanl Projessor oJ Physiology 

Henry C. Spalding, M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Obstetrics 

WiLLIA.M D. Suggs, B.S. , M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Rudolph C. Tho.mason, M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Ophthalmology 

Ja.mes T. Tucker, A.B., M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Orthopedic Surgery 

Washington C. Winn, B.A., M.D Assistant Projessor oJ Obstetrics 







DENTISTRY 



IIakry Bear, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., 

Professor oj I'l.xoilontm, kinesthesia, and History and Pradice JJanat/einenl 



P. L. Chevalier, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., 
\V. Tyler Haynes, B.S., D.U.S., 
Arthur P. Little, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., 
Harry Lyons, D.D.S., F.A.C.D., 
Sidney S. Negus, Ph.D., 

H. L. OSTERUD, Ph.D., 

Atwood >L Wash. D.D.S.. F.A.C.D., 



Projessor of Crown and Piridfle Prosthesis 

Professor of Orthodontia 

Professor of Denture I'rost/iesis 

Projessor oJ Periodontia and Oral Pathology 

Projessor of Chemistry and liiochemistry 

Professor of Anatomy 



Projessor oJ Exodontia, .Ineslhesia, and Radioloyy 
Charles \V. Morhakt, A.B.. B.S., D.D.S., 



Atwood >\. W.vsh, D.D.S.. F.A.C.D. 



Associate Projessor oJ Denture Prosthesis 
Associate Projessor oJ Oral Sun/ery 



Olu-er Wendell Cloucii, B.S., M.S., D.D.S. , 

Assistant Projessor oJ Operative Dentistry and (tral .Jnalomy 



R. F. E.AST.M.AN, D.D.S., 

G. A. C. Jennings, D.D.S., 



Assistant Projessor oJ Operative Dentistry 
Assistant Professor of Clinical I'edodontia 



Richard Lee SI.^!PSON, Jr., D.D.S.. 

Assistant I'rofessor of Crown and Bridye Prosthesis and Jletalloyraphy 



Edwin L. S.nuth, Ph.D. 



Assistant Projessor oJ Pliysioloyy 




P. L. CiiEv,M,ii.;i(, D.D.S., 

Projessor oJ Cro..-n and Bridii. 
I'rostlie.ris 





G. A. C. Iexmx.;s. D.D.S., 
Assislanl Projessor oJ 
Ctinlcal Pedodontia 



R. L. Slmpsox. Ir., D.D.S., 

Assistant Projessor oJ 

Crown and Brid<je Prostliesis 

and Metattograpliy 




.\r«uoD .Nl. W.4SH, D.D.S 

Projessor oJ Exodontia. 

AnesttieSia. and Radioloay 



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PHARMACY 

]. C. Forbes, Ph.D Research Professor of Bioc/iemislri/ 

Harvey B. Haag, Ph.G., B.S. in Phar.. M.D Professor of Plmrmacologi/ 

RosHlER W. Miller, Ph.G., M.D. . . Professor of .Uateria Jledica and Tlierapeutics 

,'3||?^©^A Sidney S. Negus, Ph.D Professor of Chemislri/ and Biochemislrp 

WORTLEY. F. RUDD, Ph.B., M.A., D.Sc Professor of Chemistri/ 

Karl L. Kaufman, Ph.D. . . . Associate Professor of Pharmaci/ and Pharmacognosii 

S. |. McCoy, Ph.D Associate Professor of Tuuilisli 

]xy\v:& Douglas Reid, Ph.B., D.Sc. Associate Professor of Bacterioloiji/ and Parasilolooi/ 

Hkr.nian P. Tho.\ias, Ph.D Associate Professor of Economics and Socioloqf/ 

\\'lLLIA.N\ B. Harrison, Jr., B.S. . . . Assistant Professor of JIatliematics and Plii/sics 
Karl L. Kauf.man, Ph.D., Elizabeth HuGHES, A. B., jM. A Acting Assistant Professor of Biolom/ 

Associate Projessor oj x o tm t-a 
PtiarmacyandPtwrmamino.n, Edwin L. b.MITH, Ph.D Assistant P rojessor of Ptiysiotogy 







J. S. McCoy, Ph.D.. 
Associate Projessor oj Ennlisli 



\\. A. Mod.MAW, Ph.D., 
Associate in Piocliemistrf/ 



Edwin L. S.mith, Ph.D., 

Assistant Projessor oJ 

Ptiysiotogy 



E. Louise Grant, B.S., R.N.. M.A., 
C. VioL.\ H.MiN, R.X., B.S., M.A., 
Hazel Hicbke, R.N.. B.S., 
Sybil .M.vcLean, A.B., M.A., 
Alda Ditchfield. R.N.. B.S.. 
Esther L. Moyer, R.N., B.S., 
Marguerite Gay Nicholson, R.N., B.S. 
Hattie Bkaringer, R.N., B.S., 
RuTii D.\LinMPLE, R.N., 
CoRNhi.LV Friend, R.N., 

JeANNETTE ,^lATTHE\VS, R.N., 

Miss E^lzada Abernathy. R.N., 
Mary Cibula, R.N., 
Dorsye Russell, R.N., 
Frances Gordon, R.N., 
Florence Greey, R.N., 
Gertrude Greky, R.N., 
Dita Steele, R.N., 



Professor of Xiirsing, Dean oJ -\ iirj 

Associate Professor of Puldic ttealtit Xiir., 

Associate Professor of Puldic llcaltli \iir.~ 

Associate Professor of \ur.' 

Assistant Professor of \i,r. 

Assistant Projessor oJ -^ ((/■. 

Assistant Professor oJ Xiir 

Associate m i\ iirsmg ^ 

Associate m \ursing . 

Associate in Surgicat }\ iir. 

Associate in Xiir 

Assistant in Xiir. 

Assistant in Xiir. 

Assistant in Xiir.. 

Instructor in Xur, 

Instructor in \ ur.< 

Instructor in Xur.~ 

Instructor in Xur 

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Her.man p. Tho.mas, Ph.D., 

Associate Projessor oj 

Economics and Soctotogy 

NURSING 




Cornelia Fiuend 
Associate in Sun/ica/ Xursimj 




Elizabeth Seibkl. R.N. 
Associate in \ursino 




SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 




Herbert C. Lee, M.D., F.yV.C.S. 



DEDICATION 



||UT of the admiration and appreciation 
^—^ that we hold lor him as a surgeon, a 
teacher, and a Iriend, this section is allec- 
tionatelv tledicatetl hv the Class of 1946. 



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SENIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Scott C. Brainard President 

Charles \V. Holco.mb Vice-President 

Mary Elisabeth Case Secretary-Treasurer 

Alice Swecker Huff Historian 

Carl Messerschmidt, Jr Executive Committee 

Albert H. Dudley. Jr Honor Council 

Clayton L. Thomas Dean's Committee 

Robert L. Sommervii.le X-Ray Representative 

Austin I. DoDSON. Ir AXk// <7/i</ So/icr Representative 

John R. Fitzgerald Athletic Representative 

CLASS HISTORY 



APRILS. 1045. . ..Nlarcli 23. 194,5. . . our years at .M. C. V. They 
have been the most important years in our lives so far, liut they 
have been such important years in the life of the world that it is hard 
to look at them and talk about what has happened to eighty people 
during that time. And yet. though we can never lose sight of the 
history-making events tliat ha\'e taken place during our careers as 
medical students, when we look back on them it will be a kaleidoscope 
of little things. 

We will remember Hettini; low-back-pain leaning oxer marble 
tables in McGulre Hall, anrl the trip to Camp Lee. and the sailor suits— 
and those days of torture in December, 1945. as we waited for the 
telegram we were sure must come— and the elation of not getting It. 

And we will remember phvsiologv ... oh, ves! we will remember 
those four months vividly . . ."and Harvey Haag Day; and pathology; 
and how we stood, and stood, and stood, and looked at lungs and livers 
until our arches were non-existent. And how Harry Walker watched 
us down the aisle, step by step, then asked us a question and led us on 
and on to helpless in\'olvement. 



And we will recall the September of '44 when we were miraculously 
begmning our cluneal vears. and how we seemed to grow a little apart 
from the class as a whoie and closer to groups in which we were working. 

And finally we were seniors — the tourth-year class. We remember 
coming back with fresh enthusiasm after a long three weeks' vacation; 
but the freshness didn't last long lor those of us who hit pediatrics or 
surgery first. We will remember that first outside delivery and how 
scared we were, and trvlng to hide It from the patient and the iunlor. 
And V-J Day— and the ER overfiowing with celebrants who were a 
little too. . .enthusiastic. And the return of the 45th General Hospital 
Unit bringing many of our teachers back to us. And the boys in civilian 
clothes again . . . and . . . 

But there are so many things that we will remember. As we. the 
first and possibly the only class to go all the way through medical school 
with some of its members In the uniform of the armed forces, lea\e 
.Vl.C.V.. we look back . . . there have been times when we thought life 
was unbearable . . . but thev reallv were "the eood old days." 
weren't thev? 



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Richard Norton Baylor 

Richmond. Virginia 
Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. University of Richmond. Presl( 
Junior Class 
Appointment: Medical College 
of Virginia Hospital 



William Harrhr Barney 

AltaVista, Virginia 
Tlu-ta Kappa Psi 

B.S. Randolph-Macon College 

Appointment: Lewis-Gale Hospital 

Roanoke. Virginia 




John Paul Bing 

Mount Hope, West Virgii 
Phi Beta Phi 



S. Marshall College 
Univers 


ind West Virgin 


Appointment: Ohio 
Hospital. Pittsburgl 


\'.dley General 
. Pennsylvania 



Rali'ii K. Bkr>l\n 

Beckley. West Virginia 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

A.B.. B.S. West Virginia University 

Appointment: Saint Francis Hospital 

Pitlshiirgh. Pennsylvania 





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John So>\.\ikr Blaoc. 

Soutli ClKirlestoii. West Virginia 

Tilda Kappa P.ri 

A.B. University of Louisville 
Appointment: Charleston General 
Hospital. Charleston, West Virginia 




James Harry Bocock 

Richmond, Virginia 

Tliela Kappa P.fi 

BS. Rnanoke College; Sigma Zeta 

Appointment: United States Marine 

Hospital, Norlolh, Virginia 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
• •• CLASS OF 1946... 



Scott Cree Brainard 

Honolulu, T. H. 

Phi Beta PI 

B.A. Unix crsity of Virginia 

Appointment: The Queen's Hospital 

Honolulu, T. H. 




Charles Harry Brant 

Lakewood, Ohio 

Thela Kappa Psi 

A.B. College of Wooster 

Appointment: Lakewood Hospital 

Lakewood, Ohio 



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Marvin G. Burdettk 

Oakhill, West Virginia 
Theta Kappa P.'i 

Marshall College 

Appointment: U. S. Xaval H.ispital 

JacUsonville. Flori.la 



James Wkbstkr Brooks 

Winchester, Virginia 

Flu Clu 

B.S. The Citadel; President Sophon 
Class 
Appointment: Barnes Hospital 
Saint Lonis, Missouri 




John C. Wixgfield Campbell 

Queens Village, New York 
Phi Beta PI 

B.A. Washington and Lee 

Appointment: U. S. Xaval Hospital 

Philadelphia. PennsvUania 



Rowland Har\'ey Burns 

Lehanon, Virginia 

Tlu'la Kappa P.ri 

B.S. University of Richmond; Sii 
Zeta; Alpha Omega Alpha 
Appointment: Touro Infirmary 
New Orleans, Louisiana 




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Edward Kent Cartkr 

Gate City, Virginia 

Ihela Kappa P.>i 

Lincoln .Nk-morial Unlversllv; Emorv 

and Henr.v 

Appointment: Southern Baptist Hospital 

New Orleans. Louisiana 



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Lake City. Florida 
R.S. Florida Stale College for Women 
App,)ln(nient: Franklin Square Hospital 



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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
.••CLASS OF 1946. •• 



Willia.\i Byrnes Cecii. 

Dublin, Virginia 

Thela Kappa Psl 

B.S. Roanoke College 

Appointment: U. S. Naval H,.spltal 

Portsmouth. Vlrainia 





Claude C. Cole.\ian, Jr. 

Richmond. Virginia 

Universitv of Virginia; Alpha Omega 

Alpha 

Appointment: University of California 

Hospital. San Francisco, California 



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Edward Franklin Counts, Jr. 

South Charleston, West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

A.B.. B.S. West Virginia University 

Appointment: Harper Hospital 

Detroit, Michigan 



WiLLiA>\ Edward Copenhaver 

Crockett, Virginia 
Alplia Kappa Kappa 

B.S. Virginia PoK tt-chnic Institute 

Appointment: U. S. .^larine Hospital 

New Orleans, Louisiana 




Wyson J. Curry 

Montgomery, West Virginia 

Plti Beta Pi 

B.S. West Virginia Institute ol Technology 

Appointment: U. S. .Nlarine Hosiiital 

Baltimore, .Nlarvlanil 



Raphael Cuevas-Zamora 

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 
Alplxa Kappa Kappa 

B.S. School ol Ph..rmacy; University o 

Puerto Rico 
Appointment: Arecibo District Charlt, 
Hospital, Arecibo, Puerto Rico 




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Sa.m Booki:k Dili . Mil) 

Draper, North Caroliii;i 

Phi Chi 

B.S. Wake F,„esl College 
Appointment: Charlotte Memorial 
Hospital, Charlotte, North Carolina 





Austin Ingra.m Dodson, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. Hamp,len-Svclnev College; Alph; 

Omega Alpha 

Appointment: Vanderbllt University 

Hospital, Nash\'ille, Tennessee 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
•••CLASS OF 1946. •• 



L.vwTON F. Douglas 

Cltra, Florida 

B.S. Presbyterian College 

Appointment: U. S. Naval Hospital 

Corpus Christi, Te.\as 






Ai.hi':rt Henry Duolev, ]k. 

Baltimore, .Waryland 

Phi Chi 

Washington and Lee; J,.hns Hopkins 

Appointment: L'nlon .\\emoriul Hospital 

Baltimore, .\\.uvl,,nd 



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foSKPH Barnkllic Eauniiardt 

Greensboro, North Carolina 
Theta Kappa Psi 

University of North Carolina; Sigma Zeta 

Appointment: Medical College ol' Virginia 

Hospital 



David Milton Dumville 

Richmond, Virginia 
Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. Lvnchl.ura College, University of 

Richmond 

Appointment : Medical College of Virginia 

Hospital 




John Robert Fitzgerald 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. University of Richmond 

Appointment: Saint ,Mary's Hospital 

Rochester. New Y.nU 



Edward Mitchell Eppes, III 

Richmond. Virginia 

Phi Clli 

University of Richmond 

Aiipointmenl: Stnart Circle Hospital 

Richmond, Virginia 




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I\A\ (luAIIAM FhKRD 
H.uriM.iil.urg, Virginia 

Phi Delia /■;/».,■//„„ 

B.S. Unlvcisily i.f Rlchim.nil; Kail.ir of 

\-Rav 

AppoiiUmenl: Queens General Hospital 

Jamaica, New York 




Abraham Jack Fhkund 

Tappahannock, Virginia 

Phi Delta Epsilon 

B.A. Xew Y..rk University; University of 

Virginia; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Appointment: Medical College of 

Virginia Hospital 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
...CLASS OF 1946... 



Robert Emerson Fultz 

Butterworth, Virginia 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Appointment: Johnston-Willis Hospital 

Richmond. Virginia 





I \.\\ES RlLKY GaTHERU.\1 
Athens. West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

A.B. Cuicord Sl.ite Teachers' Co 
App.iintment: Medical College of 
Virginia Hospital 



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John Alexander Gill 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.A. University of Virginia 
Appointment: Unlversitv ol VI 
Hospital. Charlotlesvilie. Virgin 



Robert Ellsworth Gibson 

Charleston. West Virginia 

Phi Ilela Pi 

Marshall College 
Appointment: Charleston General 
Hospital. Charleston. West Virginia 




Charles Willl^m Holco.\ib 

Sutton, West Virginia 

Plli Clli 

l.S, West Virginia Wesleyan; West 

\'irginia University 

Appointment: U. S. Naval Hospital 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Van V\'yke Gunter 

Sanlord, North Carolina 

l.S. Pharmacy, Medical College of Vii 
Appointment: Re.\ Hospital 
Raleigh, North Carolina 




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Alick Sw'ecker Huff 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Alpha Ep.iilon lola 

A.B. Roanoiic College 
Appoinlmcnl: ncPaul Hos|.i( 

Norlolli. Virginia 





Samuel Hammond Huff 

Bluefiel.l. West Virginia 

Alpha hap pa Kappa 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Appointment: DePaiil Hospital 

Norfolk, Virginia 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
• • • CLASS OF 1946 • • • 



Richard Lemmon Hughes, Jr. 

Glen lean. West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. Marshall College 

Appointment: .^leJical College of 

Virginia Hospital 




Rupert Stanley Hughes, Jr. 

Richmon.l, Virginia 

Thela Kappa P.fi 

B.S. University of Richmond; Alpha 

Omega Alpha : Sigma Zeta 

Appointment: University of Chicago 

Clinics, Chicag... Illinois 



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George William Hurt 

Roanoke, \'!rginla 
Phi Chi 

B.S. H.impdcn-Sydiicv College 

Appoliilment: Medical College of 

N'lrginia Hospital 



Earle Malcom Hunter, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 

Thela Kappa Psi 

B.S. Alabama Polytechnic Institute 

Appointment: U. S. Naval Hospital 

Mare Island, Calilornia 




Randolph Mott Jackson 

Leesburg, Virginia 
Theta Kappa Psi 

B.S. Pharmacy, Medical College of Virginia 

Appointment : Medical College of 

Virginia Hospital 



Eugene Elihu Hutton, Jr. 

Huttonsville, West Vireinia 



Phi Chi 



i.S.. M.S. 



B.S. Davis-F.llcins Colleg 

West Virginia University 

Appointment: U. S. Marine Hospital 

Baltimore, .Nlaryland 




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James William Johnston 

Elon College, North Carolina 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

A.B. Elon College 
Appolntmenl: The Cllv Hospital 
WInslon-Salcni, North Carolina 





Elmore Pokteu KALitAu<;ii, Jr. 

Cristobal. Panama Canal Zone 
B.S. Cars.ui Xcwan Colleee 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
• • • CLASS OF 1946 • . • 



Roiii-.KT Daxiicl Keeling 

Kc.vsx illc, \-irginla 
Plu I'.cla Pi 

B.S. Pharmacy, Medical College of Vlrginl, 
Appointment: U. S. Naval H,>spita 

Xorlolk, \'i,-Lnnia 




Casper Sidney King 

Lynchburg, \-irsnlia 

Plu Chi 

B.A. University ol Rlchmoml 

Appointment: The Boston Citv Hospital 

Boslon. ,^lassachusells 



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Robert Verxon Larrick 

Gore. Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. West Virginia University; A.B. 

Shepherd College 
Appointment: Chesapeake and Ohio 
Hospital. Huntington. West Virginia 



»^Iatthew Lylf; Lacy, II 

Harrisonburg. Virginia 

Theta Kappa Psi 

B.S. Hampden-Sydney College 

Appointment: Lewis-Gale Hospital 

Roanoke. 3'irginia 




Harry Teter Linger 

Clarksburg. West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

A.B. West Virginia University 

Appointment: W^est Baltimore General 

Hospital, Baltimore. Maryland 



George Lawton Le.mon 

Lewisburg. West Virginia 

A.B., B.S. West Virginia University 
Appointment: U. S. Marine Hospital 




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Chari.ks Elroy Llkwfli.yn 

Rlclimon.l. \-;,glnl., 
/'/,/ Chi 

B.S. Hamp.lcn-Sy.lncy Cllct'C 

A|,poinlmciU: The Tucker Hospital 

Richmon.l. Virginia 





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Geuald Arthuk Martin 

Wllmore. Kentucky 

Alpha Kappa hap pa 

B.S. University of Kentucky 

Appointment: University Hospital 

Baltimore, Marvland 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
. . . CLASS OF 1946 • • • 



Ch.\rlhs Webster >\assev 

Newport News. Virginia 

Phi Del a n 

B.S. William and Mary 

Appointment: Gorcas General Hospital 

Panama Canal Zone 





Ja.\iks Dol.w" Matiiias 

Mathlas. West Virginia 

Phi Chi 

A.B. West Virginia University 
Appointment: Charleston General 
Hospital. Charleston, West Virginia 



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William Richard McCune 

Gassaway, West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

A.B.. B.S. West Virginia UnivcrsiU- 

Appointment: Tlie Grace Hospital 

Detroit. Michisan 



Georgk Lawre;nce May 

Wind Gap. Pennsylvania 

/tiplia Kappa Kappa 

B.S. Lafayette College 

Appointment; John Sealy Memorial 

Hospital, Galveston, Texas 




AlVIN B. H. MiR.NlKLSTKIN 
Newport News. \'irginia 

Phi Delia Ep.yi/on 

Duke University 

Appointment: Touro Inlirmarv 

New Orleans. Louisiana 



Henry Carl Messkrschmidt, |i 

Riclim.Mul. Virginia 

Ph, Chi 

B.S. Hampilen-Sydiiey College 

Appointment: Stuart Circle Hospita 

Richm.Mul. Virginia 





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Robert Patricic Moork 

Hampdcn-Sytlney. \-ir!:inla 

Phi Chi 

B.A. Ham|,<leii-S.v<l..e.v College 

Appiilnlmenl: Toiiro Infirmary 

New Orleans, Louisiana 





Gkorck Mayxari) Nipk 

Dayton. X'irginia 

Alpha hap pa hap pa 

.\\i. Brldgewater College 
Appomtmcnl: James .M. lackson 
Memorial Hospital. Miami. Florida 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
. . • CLASS OF 1946 • • • 



Albhrt Pantalonf; 

Fairmonl. West Virginia 

Phi Chi 

AH-, B.S. West \'irginia University 

Appointment: Saint Francis Hospital, 

Plttsl.urgh. Pennsvlvania 




IIoRACK Eugene Perkins 

Richmond, \'irginia 

Phi Bcln Pi 

B.S. Uinersily ol Riclimond 

Appouilmenl: lohnslon-Willis Hospital 

Richmc.n.l. Vlrtnnia 



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foHN Lhwis Rhad 

Camden. New Jersey 

Phi Be I a PI 

B.S. University dI' Richmond 

Appolnlment: U. S. Naval Hospital 

Betliesda, Maryland 



Thomas Garland Pottkrfield 

Charleston. West Virginia 

Theta Kappa P.ri 

B.S. Georgetown University. President 

Stndent Government 

Appointment: The Philadelphia General 

Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Philip Gordon ReMine 

Richmond, Virginia 

Plu lU-la Pi 

..A. University ol Richmond. Alph, 

Omega Alpha 

Appointment; Cleveland Clinic 

Cleveland. Ohio 



Richard Courtney Reeu 

NorlolU, Virginia 

P/li Chi 

B.S. Virginia .Military Institute 
Appointment: DcPaul Hospital 




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W'liJ.iA.M Clayton Robkrtson 

Ullloii Village, Virginia 

Phi Ik-la Pi 

University ol Riclim.nul : Clemsun College 

Appointment: U. S. Marine H..spllal 

Staten Island, New York 





Paul ,\l\-in' Rorinson 

\V,,llnn, Kenluckv 

Alpha hap pa Kappa 

B.S. Eastern Teachers' College 
Appointment : Medical College of Vii 
Hospital 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
...CLASS OF 1946... 



Danikl Ross 

Forest Hills. New York 
Phi Delia Ep.nlon 

B.A. University ol Wisconsin 

Appointment: Queens General Hospital 

Jamaica, New York 




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Kdwari) Howard Scherr 

Petersburg, V^irginia 

A.B. W.ishington and Lee 

Appointment: Galllnger General Hospital 

Waslunuton, D. C. 



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Jack Ja>\ks Schwartz 

Newark, New Jersey 

A.B, Cornell University. Alpha Omega 

Alpha; Sigma Zeta 

Appointment: CincinnatiGeneral Hospital 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



Robert Lee Sommerville 

Clarksburg, West Virginia 

Phi Dela Pi 

A.B. West Virginia University 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia 

Hospital 






Stuart McGuire Sessoms 

Roseboro, North Carolina 
Alplia Kappa Kappa 

B.S. University of North Carolina 

Appointment: U. S. .Nlarine H.ispital 

Baltimore, Marvland 




Raymond Edward Stone 

Oradell, New Jersey 

Princeton University 

Appointment: Boston City Hospital 

Boston, Massachusetts 





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Arthur Waldo Stoolfirk 

West Alexander. Pennsylvania 

Phi lie/,, Pi 

A.B.. B.S. West Virginia Universily 

\Vashlnsl,>n and Jefferson College 

Appoinlmenl: U. S. Naval Hospital 

Saint Albans, New York 





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Marca Isabel Taliaferro 

Richm,.ml, Virginia 

^ilpha J'.p.'i Ion lola 

B.A.. MA. Westhampton College 

Wellesley College, Alpha Omega Alpha 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia 

Hospital and State of Wisconsin General 

Hospital, Madison, Wisconsin 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
...CLASS OF 1946... 



Ghorok Frkdhrick Thiers 

Holid.i.vs Cove. West Virginia 

Phi Chi 

A.B.. B.S. West Virginia College 
Appoinlmenl: Allegheny General 
Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




Clayton Lav Tho.\las 

Paduc.ih, Kentucky 
Phi Chi 

B.S. University ol Kentucky 

Appointment: .^lontreal General Hospital 

Montreal. Quebec. Canada 



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CuAHi.KS Xewtox Van Horn 

Hamlin, West Virginia 

Phi Beta Pi 

B.S. Marshall College 

Appointment : Medical College of Virgini; 

Hospital 



Franklin Chandler Turner 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Theta Kappa Psi 

Duke University, University of Richmond 

Appointment: .Medical College of Virginia 

Hospital 




Charles Edward Ward 

Mnrgautoxvn. West Virginia 
B.S. West Virginia University 
.\ppointmeut: Garfield Park Commi 
Hospital. Chicago. Illinois 



Richard Custer Wallace 

Charleston, West Virginia 
Phi r,ela Pi 







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Jack C. Woodson Warnock 

Huntington. West Virginia 

Phi Chi 

lis. WVsl Viriiini., Universilv, .N\a,sli.,ll 

Cllegf 

Appoinlment: U. S. Marine H.ispilal 

Slalen Islanil. New York 





Rkiiakm) Kknnox Williams 

R;ihm,.n.l. Virginia 

Ph, Pn-la Pi 

B.S. University of Richmond 
App.milment : Medical College of Virgii 
H,.spital 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
...CLASS OF 1946... 



Richard Dale Wilson 

Port Orchard. Washington 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

B.S. University ..f Washington ; Whitman 

College. Sigma Zeta 
Appointment; King County Hospital 

Seattle. Washington 




\\'ILLL\.N1 ClIISIIOL.Nl WlNTKl!. J li . 
Chicago. llHnols 

Phi Chi 

B.S. Virginia .Nlllltary Institute 

.Appointment: Presbyterian Hospital 

Chicago. lilinols 



Not Pictured: William Ali.ex Fulleh; Genevieve M.arston G.arrett; D.^vid HER.M.'iN' Miller 

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JUNIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

HowARn 0. BuilNETTF, Presulent 

Robert Q. Marston Vice-President 

Chari.es H. Meeks Secretary-Treasurer 

Ann Howard Historian 

Ernest R. Trice Executive Committee 

Stuart H. Light Honor Council 

Francis R. Payne, Jr Dean's Committee 

Robert E. Paine, Jr X-Ray Representative 

Arthur A. Carr .Sl»// ,7«</ «o/uv Representative 

John \V. Tono. in Allilelic Representative 

CLASS HISTORY 



LEST we forge 1 
G. Watson, HI. and his bow lies 



but how could we l<.rgcl! Medicine willi 
Ihousaiids oi C.B.C.'s (did vou 
delve into the relative merits of Professor Eggmont's method of count- 
ing one cell and multiplying by one million?); ward rounds with us 
always bringing up the rear, but feeling very important as the patients 
called us "Doctor;" little green books with all of the negative findings; 
\'arying degrees of betlside manners in the making; stethoscopes that 
never seemed to hear the right thing; Saturday night stats and 8:00 a.m. 
V.P.'s; and last, but not least, our first oral e.-cam. In case I've left out 
your favorite memory, well, you've no doubt recalled it ere this. 

E.N.T. ... I got stuck in Booth 4 (where were you?) hul there 
was always a new face, or rather a new pharyn.x every day just i'or 
variety's sake; by the time we had taught that little circle of light (o 
stay put it was time to leave the ser\'ice. According to all references, 
congenital absence of the vocal cords is a very rare thing, but if seeing 
is believing, it took Pete to prove it. However, we became very adept 
at quick dodging when the patient gagged due to strenuous effort to 
give them their money's worth. And didn't a T and A look simple. 



but (hen, anything lo,.ks simple al 8:00 a.m.. if you can see at all. 

Pediatrics . . . where we learned to "goo" right back at the Uttle 
ones whde we pondered o\'er our impressions; where we tried to hear 
heart sounds over squalling protest; when the most fun we had was the 
day we met in the Playroom: when we could never manage to lea\'e 
South \\^ing without carrying a few microbes with us; and when we 
kept wailing for that "feeding quiz" and then what did we do when it 
finally came— well, if the kid can stand what we fed him he can stand 
almost anything, even going over Niagara Falls in a barrel. 



Surgery . . . with Dr. Bigge 
ores we've ever heard, but h< 
lewhere as rumor would hai 
ecling "pop quizzes" yet ht 



It'so 
so quickly 



some of the most exciting 
vs going to Puerto Rico or 
've worn our nerves thin 
nanaged to arrive with a 



■dible that so much could happen 



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I). X. Anderson 



Fhanklin T.. Ancri.i. 

Benjamin P. Bakkr 



Robert W. Bradley 

Stuart T. Bray 

Clem F. Burnett 



Howard C). Burnette 

foHN A. Byrd 

George F.. Calveim 



XoLAND M. Canter, Jr. 

Arthur A. Carr 

Charles Caulkins, ]r. 



Thomas S. Cheek 

Stephen Childrey 

Elmoni) CoEFIELn 



Henry C. Decker 

Wayne \V, Dutton 

Norman Endk 

Rici!ARD H. Fisher 

Frank S. Flanary 

Harry C. Foster 




.lUNIORS 

IN 

MEDICINE 



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JUNIORS 

IN 

MEDICINE 




Milton Friedenberg 

Ray Greco 

Davio f. Greenberg 



Jami:s p. Harn'sberger 

Sevmor E. Harris 

Da\ii) Haught, Jr. 



Waldo C. Henson, Jr. 

\ViLLLA.\i S. Herold 

Douglass O. Hill 



John 'E. Hill 

Catherine Ann Howard 

Lawrence M. Howard, Jr. 



Jerome I.mburg 

Benia.\un L. Jamison 

Shelby Jarell 



1)a\id Josephs 

George R. Krupp 

Stuart H. Light 



Louis Loria 



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Malcomb B. Mahtix 

Robert Q. Marston 

JuDsox McClanahan 



William ^IcClurh 

Charles H. i^Ieeks 

Joseph W. A\ilam 

PUILII' L. AllNOR 

Richard Morgan 

Walter S. Xewman 



GeorgI': J. Olh'er, |r. 

LLO^ I) Olskx 

Harold T. Osterui 



Robert E. Paine, Jr. 

Francis R. Payne, Jr. 

Frank W. Peck 



James V\'. I'kck 

Earl R. I'eters 

J.A.^lES W. Phillips 



Forrest W. Pitts 




JUNIORS 

IN 

MEDICINE 



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JUNIORS 

IN 

MEDICINE 




William B. Pope 

William W. Ouisenberry 



Ralph S. Riffknburg 

David R. Rogers 

Jay E. Rogers, Jr. 



Joseph A. Solomon 

James A. Thompson 

John W. Todd. Ill 



Ernest R. Trice 

Carl C. Tully 

William Walker, Jr. 

Fred Walls, Jr. 

Enoch White, Jr. 

Sidney S. Whitaker, Jr. 



Harold K. Wilkins 

,^lILDRED WiLLIA.^SS 

Willi A.\i T. Willi a.\is 



Walter K. Yates 



Not Pictured: Fle>\ing B. Hai!1'Eh. William S. Herold. Hampton Hubbard. Wilson 
A. Powell, Jr., Roy S. Temeles, Jean Ann Wilfong, Charles K. Zacharias 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Robert K. Williams Prusiileii 

Joseph M. Damron VIce-PresiHeii 

Avis Branch Secrctar.v-Treasurc 

Nathalie I,um Historla 

Eric Reiss Executive Cnmmittc 

William Law Honor Counc 

Ann Williams X-Ray Representatlv 

Henry J. Bryan. Ir Sku/l niuJ Boner ReprcsentalW 

Vincent R. Tumminello Athletic Representativ 



CLASS HISTORY 



OOPHOMORES! Alter a year of looking in awe Iron, our lowlv 
^ place as I'reshmen toward the second year, we lind ourselves finally 
in our long-awaited status of the high and mighty sophomore. We 
have discovered that hard work goes along with this respected position — 
as well as long hours of sitting (we acquire what is known as "middle- 
aged-spread" long before our time) and to go along with these, we ha\'e 
also managed to eke out a lair amount of fun. 

We were quickly initiated into the parado.x of our sophomore 
lives — physiology — to say nothing of pathology, and the intricacies of 
the stethoscope, ophthalmoscope, and percussion hammer, those 
heretofore mysterious instruments of our superiors. With our new 
knowledge of said instruments we found ourselves much more qualified 
to inform the uninformed freshmen how thlnes are run around here. 



Wc struggle.l through parasitology; then those en.lless l.lood 
counts for Clinical Path.; P.D.. and we learned that a rachitic rosary 
is not a string of pearls, and that a thrill might come from many things. 
Then came pharmacology and a very successful Harvey Haag Day- 

Finally we really began to feel ourselves accomplishing our goal, 
as we attended lectures In obstetrics, medicine and surgery, one step 
nearer those shining instruments, scrub glo\ es, and little black bag — 
the symbols of our chosen profession. 

So In .uir ,nvn way we have surm.ninted this last barrier in our 
preclinical years. We have come a long way, and though wc have 
learned a great deal, we know there is much more to be learned. The 
end of our year finds us a little less foolish, and much wiser, as we look 
forward eagerly to our iuniorye.ir and the Clinic. 



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SOPHOMORES 

IN 

MEDICINE 




Jamks Belt Adams 

RODKRT D. AlLSWORTH. Ju. 



W'li.iiL'R Franklin AMONETTii 
Guy JosicPM Barrow 

Robert Wright Bkdinger 



Doris Berlin 

Elbert Lowell Berry 

Avis Katherinic Branch 



licNRY Jennings Bryan, Jr. 

Elizabeth Rowe Caro 

Ir\tn Walters Ca\edo, Jr. 



I'hil L. Chap.\ian 

Ernest Tinslky Cobb 

Vernon L. Cofer, Jr. 



|osi:pii A\cDonali) Da.nujon 

Charles Willia.\i Dennison 

George Frederick Els.\sser 



RuFUS SoLO.\\ON Gardner, Jr. 



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CiiAi(i.i-:s Gkorgic Glttas 

W'l 1.1,1 AM li. Hopkins 



W'li.i \.\>\ R. Imn 



RonKRT \\'ii]:Ain liniN, Ju. 

Charles Daniel Jordan 



Samuel Beniamin Judy 

John Jackson Kelly 
Richard IIoraciv Kirklaxd 



\\'lLLIA>\ Al. I.A\K' 

Thomas Stacy Lloyd, Jr. 

IIarry G. I^ockard 



Carl H. Laestar 

William B. I^ooney 

Nathalie Lum 



RoscoE K. A\ason 

Arthur G. Meakin 

John A. Moore 



Thomas H. Moseby 




SOPHOMORES 

IN 

MEDICINE 



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SOPHOMORES 

IN 

MEDICINE 




William A. Xiermann 

Samuel P. Oast, III 

William H. Pate 



Richard Q. Penick 

Nancy I. Pendleton 

John L. Pitts, Jr. 



TiiAUDEuy E. Prout 

Philip A. Read 



Eric Reiss 



Ll'cikn W. Roberts, Jr. 

Tho.\!as a. Saunders 

David H. S.\uth 



El.nikr Street 

Vincent R. Tu.^i.^iinello 

Robert W. Wash, Jr. 

John L. \\'iialey 

William U. Whitmore 

Ann H. Willia.ms 



Charles Lee \\'illia.\is 

Robert K. Williams 



NiU PIclurc.l: CoLT.iNsoN p. E. Bunr.wYN: Ray,v\onii 1'"ukf..man; John N. Gordon: F.dwakd R. Guv; William C. Hancock: William I. Kxicn 
CiiAKLKS W. Moohefield; Robeut W. Moshlky: Chahles C. Pahkeh; William W. Ritted; Henry P. Royster: Hariweu. T. Sweeney: Pn 



I. Chapman; Roscoe K. Mason; William L. Robertson 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Beverley Jones Presiilciit 

R. E. McClellan N'Ice-Presiacnt 

Virginia Baldwin Secrelarv-Treasui-er 

Margaret Lee Hislnrlan 

Ralph J. Stalter Executive CommiKec 

Robert W. Thomas Honcn- Ccmncil 

Robert S. Turner, Jr Dean's Committee 

A. B. Anderson X-Rav Representatixe 

Suzanne Brown Skull and Bones Representative 

Earl Allara Athletic Reprcscnlativc 

CLASS HISTORY 



LET us imagine for a moment that it is once again October I, 1<)45. 
It's 9:00 o'clock a.m.; the scene, the anatomy lecture room in 
McGuire Hall. We see eighty Individuals, an odd assortment- navy, 
army, and civilians (including one Venezuelan, two Puerto Ricans. 
one Chinese and. Heavens, can we not count, or are there se\'enteen 
I'cmales?)— and all are wearing a slightly bewildered expression. On 
the platform are several austere and forbidding individuals, but in the 
course of the morning we find the tension in the room slackening as 
our siK-alivrs pnne tiial perhaps they are human after all. And so 
hegiunelh the history of the Freshman Class. 

With the very able assistance of Drs. Osterud, Farnsworth, 
lilaydes, Hegre, and Anderson leading us and iMrs, Jones behind us 
untying the knots when we found ourselves all tangled up in the coeliac 
plexus, we worked our way through the first trimester using our trusty 
implements, scope and scalpel. A lew ol us tripped over Dr. Hegre's 
"string," and a few of us got caught by his "sky-llook"— but the 



And the days wore on . . . We learned that one cubic centimeter 
of subcutaneous fat is equal to two liters of midnight oil, and we proved 
that brainy men can be brawny men when we won the Intrascholastic 
Basketball Championship. .-Vlso to be remembered . , , fraternity 
rush parties. Dean and iMrs. Grav's reception, and school dances not 
to mention some of the l,>ng drawn-out ..fter-dlnner conversations in 
the Hunton Hall dining room. 

At times it was pretty rough; and we wondered If we weren't the 
most noble and long-sulferlng characters alive, but the good days were 
as good as the bad were bad. So life went on. 

Now the first year is ox er-the second is coming up. Who knows? 
If the rest of it is no worse than the beginning has been perhaps when 
the final chapter of our history has been written in 1949. we might be 
able to read it, and with a sigh of contentment and satisfaction, say: 
"Life can be beautiful." 



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FRESHMEN 

IN 

MEDICINE 




Earl D. Allara 

Alexander B. Anderson 

Richard D. Anderson 



Arnold L. Brown, Jr. 

Suzanne VV. BroWiN 

Leo Blank 



Eleanor Bundy 

Joseph T. Cooley 

L. W. Dickerson 



Francis J. Dillard 

Leon R. Drake, Jr. 

Robert E. Dutton, Jr. 



LiLLi.\NK Ferrer 

Francisco Gonzalez 

Richard F. Gorman, Jr. 

Ed.mund N. GOULDIN 

Edwin H. Gray 

Fleta Gregory 



.^Ianlel F. Toi!regros.\ 

Thomas W. Harris. HI 

Elizabeth 1L\rshbarger 



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Rai pii K. Haynes 



Samuki. Hhllerman' 



Robert E. Holzgwaek 



Herrert C. Hoover 

Beverly Jones 

Angelyn Kflley 



[acquelyn Kirk 

Ueric J. Laquer 

Margaret Lee 



William Lincoln 

Florine E. Logue 

Maurice X. Lohr 



Philip London 

fosEPH IL Masters 

Lawrence L. McCarthey 



Roiji:iiT E. McClellan 

Robert T. Melgaard 

John H. Moon 



Harry Nenni 

Stanley Xe\v.\lan 

Hilda Garcia de la Noceda 




FRESHMEN 

IN 

MEDICINE 



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FRESHMEN 

IN 

MEDICINE 




Harry K, Ogden 

Heth Owen, Jr. 

David S. Pai.strom 

Joiix P. Ray, Jr. 

DiLLARI) ShOLES 

Daniel F. Si.m.\ions 

Anne S.%ioot 

Ralph J. Stalter 

Robert J. Stine.\lan 

Fr.\nk J. Sykes 

June Tho.\las 

Mary \V. Tilden 



John L. Thornton 

ViRGiNLA Thorpe 

Robert S. Turner 



\\'|LLL\.\1 T. W'.vlker 

J.vcoB W. \\'illla.\ison 

Jack Wolfe 



KnwARo J. Zarnoski, Jr. 



Not Pictured: Rl'th .^l. Ali.k.m; Vihgini.\ C. Baldwin; M. Eugene Dobbins; Robert A. fACKSON; Norman \V. Pinsch.midt; Irving E. Shafer. Jr.; 

Charles G. Thompson; Robert K. Waller; Ralrh B. Winston; Stanley S. Slmon; Oliver E. Vignerv; William C. Link; Carl E. Stahl; 

Edward W. Green; John P. Aaronson; Robert W. Tho.mas 



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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 




TTarry Lyons, D.D.S. 



DEDICATION 



^^TlTII a sinccic appiociatlon ol his 
^ ' personal worth and m grateful recogni- 
tion of his efforts on behalf of the school and 
its students, we ]iay this tribute. 



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SENIOR CLASS 






CLASS OFFICERS 

Nelson D. Large Presltler 

John I. Richardson \'ice-Presicler 

Dennis P. Claypooi Secretar 

Charles T. Barker Historia 

S. Clyde Maddox Honor Coiinc 

Paul T.Baker RepresentiilWe Sku// and Bon, 

Glenn A. Lazenby. |r X-Ray Representall\ 

M. Lynwood Cherry Representative Execiitixe Counc 

Ja.mes E. Little Representatixe Athletic Counc 

Wn.LIA.M N. GILLISPIE Dean's Committs 

Gordon L. Townsend Dean's Commitlfi 



CLASS HISTORY 



OXE scltloni thinks ol Richnioinl as a romantic setting, 
yet one finds twelve ot our classmates maiTied during 
our three-year sojourn here in dental school. Nine of our 
classmates neglected molars, cuspids and bicuspids long 
enough to become engaged. Four fellows became fathers, 
and one ot these for a seconil time] The Class of '46 had 
fi\e marrieil members when we startetl out at A\.C\'. 

We began in April of \9-i7> uith an enr.illnient of 
forty-seven men, a figure which droppetl to lorty-one in 
1944. By 1945 we were doun to thirt_\-three, and now we 
of the Senior Class number only thirty-one. We ha\e lost 
sixteen students, or thirty-one per cent of the class, by the 
way. As we receive our diplomas, most of us will be mindful 



of these good friends whom we wish coiikl share with us 
the same honor that night. 

In June of 1943 t)ur class entered the Army Specialized 
Training Program and the Navy \'-12. In September, 
1944, the army students were discharged: and in December, 
194.1, all na\v men were placed on inactive duty in the 
reserve. Thus, we had a small part in the great war. 

From the first Coecal cube, to the last of fifteen units 
111 Crown ami Bridge, it has been a granti experience. We 
lia\e worked haril and long; ami we now go forward, 
without faltering, to carry ever higher the banner of 
modern dentistrv. 



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Charles Thomas Barker 

New Bern. Noilli Carolina 

De/la Sn)ma Delia 

A.B. University of North Carolina; Class 
Vice-President, '44; Execntive Committee, 
'45; Class Historian, '46; E.\ecutive 
Committee, '46; Managing Editor Skull 
and Boms. '46 



Paul T. Baker 

Cramerton, North Carolina 

Delia Sutma Delia 

B.S. Wake Forest College; Alpha Sigma 
Chi; Eait.ir Skull an.l Boms. '45-'46; 
Sports Staff Skull and Bones. •44-'45; 
Softball, •43-'44-'45; Softball All Star 
Team. '44; Representative Skull and 
Bones. '45-'46 




Charles Edward Bodell 

BlacUsburg, Virginia 

P. 11 Ometia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Junior 
Grand Master PsI Omega, '45; Intramural 
Softball; ChleflnterrogaterPsI Omega, '45 



Thomas /i':feerson Bell 

Conway, South Carolina 
Delia S/j„>ia Delia 
B.S. Davl.lson Colleae 





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DoNAi.ii Flom) Blxn 

Raleigh. Norlh C.uolina 

Delia Si.ima Delia 

B.S. Wahe Foresl C. liege ; De.m's Council. 
'45; Tennis Team, ■43-'44 







yVuBREY Snkad Ca.\U)F.N 
Chatham, Virghila 

B.S. University uf Richmond 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
•••CLASS OF 1946c«' 



Morris Lynwood Cherry 

CUiUon. North Carolina 

Delia Suima Delia 

\Val<e Forest College; E.xeculixc Com- 
mittee, '45-'4(i: Class Secretary-Treasurer, 
■44: Class Secretary -Treasurer, '45; Mana- 
ger Baseball Team, •43-'45; Manager 
of Basketball Team, '44-'45 





Dennis Patric Ci.aypooi., [r. 

Xorlolk, \-irginia 

Delia Sifinia Delia 

William and .^lary College; Class Hi; 
forian. '44; Secretary-Treasurer, '4;-) 



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f AMES Hancock Edwards 

Raleigh, North Carohna 

P,ri Omfi/a 

University ut North Carohna; Vice- 
President Sigma Zeta; Alpha Sigma Chi; 
Class Vice-President. '43; Dean's List; 
Chairman Social Committee and Outside 
Guardian Psi Omega, '45; Secretary- 
Treasurer Dental Students' Society, '44; 
Secretary Intrafraternity Council; Social 
Chairman Y..M.C.A.; Intramural Softball 
Team 



James Gordon Dean 

Charleston. West Virginia 
/"j/ Oiuefla 

West Virginia University; Alpha Sigm: 

Chi; Vice-President Student Body. '4.1 

Dean's Committee. '43; Inside Gaardia. 

Psi Omega. '44-'45 




William Norris Gili.ispie 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Delia Sit/ma Delhi 

B.S. University of Virginia; Class Histori- 
an, '43; Class President, '45; Dean's 
Committee, '46; Junior Page, Delta 
Sisma Delta 



Alec Epstein 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.S. Pharmacy. .Nledical College 
Virginia; Executive Committee, '43; Cla 
Historian. '44 




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Samukl J. Gnow 

.llpliti Cnwiiti 

U.S. New Jersey C.illege nl Pharmacy; 
Rutgers University: Tennis Team, '^i 
Representative Skull and Boin:r. '44; Vice- 
President Alpha Omega. '44; President 
Alpha Omega. '45 





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Gladstone Middletox Hill 

Providence. Rhode Island 



y.r/ (. 



iiicija 



B.S. Wake Forest College; Honor Council. 

'45; Secretary Psl Omega; Intramural 

Basketball Team. ■43-'4.5; Intramural 

Baseball Te.mi. ■43-'4.i 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
...CLASS OF 1946... 



\^'lLLIA.\l P. HiNSON, Jr. 
Monroe, North Carolina 

Delta Sigma Delia 

B.S. Wake Forest College; President 

Y.M.C.A.; Class President. '45 ; Treasurer 

Delta Sl-ma Delta 



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loSEPH TlIO.\l.\S IIUN'T 
Louisburg. North Car,.llna 

P.'-i Ome,,a 

Wake Forest College; Represe^lali^ c 

X-R.AV. ■4,3-'44; Fdlfor Psl Omega. '44. 

Appointment : .\lcdical College .if Virginia 

Hospital 



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Xklson I) arrow Large 

Rocky Mount. Norlli Carolina 

Delia Suima Delia 

A.B. Universllv of X<,rlh Carol!,, 



Alexanhkr W'alkkr Jordan, Jr. 

Beckley, West Virginia 

P.}( Omega 

B.S. Unhersity of Virginia: Virginia 
Polvtecltnic Institute 




James Eugene Little 

Stalesvllle, Xorth Carolina 

Delia Sl.ima Delia 

B.S. WaUc Forest College; Athletic Repre- 
entatlve, '43-'44-'45-'46; Senior Page, 
Delta Sigma Delta, '45-'46; Varsity 
Basketball Team, ■45-'44-'45; Varsity 
Baseball Team, '43-'44; Sports Editor 
Skull and Bones /U-'Ao 



Glen Alexander Lazenby, Jr. 

Statesvllle, North Carolina 

Delta Sitpna Delia 

Mitchell College; DaviJson College; Uni- 

versity of North Carolina; Re|iresentatlvs 

X-Ray, ■44-'45-'4() 





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Samuel Clydk Mahdox. Jr. 

LyncM.urg, \-i,-ginl., 

Delia Si.ima Dclln 

Lynchburg College; .Manager Ba.scl.all 
Team. '44; Class President. '44; \'icc- 
Presiclent Delta Sigma Delta; Honor 
Conncil. ■45-'46; Editcr Skull and Bone... 
'44-'45; Entertainment CommitteeStudent 
Body. '45-'46: Sports Editor Skull and 
Boner. '43-'44: Publications Cmmittee. 
'44-'4;", 





\VlL[.IA.\! MONCURE PeARCE 
Hamlet. North Carolina 

P.'l (hucfla 

B.S. Wake Forest Colleae: Historian 
Psi OmcL-a 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
•••CLASS OF 194 6-.- 



loHN James Richardson 

Loris, South Carolina 

' Delia Sl,jma Delia 

Wofford College; Class Vice-President, '4(5 







Abner Frederick Riggs 

Elizabeth City. North Carolina 

Delia Si,ima Delia 

B.S. Wake Forest 



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LuTHKR Ray Siiiklds 

Accomac. Virginia 

PsI Onu-fl.j 

B.A. University of Virginia; Class Presi- 
dent. '43 



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Welforl) Wellington Ross 

Charlottesville. X'irginia 
P.fi Omi'ijij 
B.A. University of \'irginia 




Gordon Lf,e Townsend 

Fair Bluff. North Carolina 

/)r//a Si,!i>ia Delia 

Wake Forest College; Sigma Zeta; Honor 
Council '44; Dean's Committee. '46; 
Scribe Delta Sigma Delta; Art Editor 
Skull and Bones: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 



Tore Eugene Skefpstho.\i, Jr. 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

P.i( (>/>it'fla 

Hampden-Syaney College; Turl Club; 

Dean's Committee. '4,3; Treasurer Psi 

Omega. '44; Grand .Nlaster Psi Omega, 

'45; Intrafrateruilv Council. '45 




Robert Bruce W'arlick 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

Delta Sigma Delta 

B.S. Wake Forest College; Sigma Zeta; 
Executive Committee. '44; Dean's Com- 
mittee. '43; Vice-President Y..M.C..4., '43; 
President Delta Sigma Delta. '45; Adver- 
tising Committee, '44; Entertainment 
Committee. '45; Fraternity Softball; 
Associate VA\ioT Skill! and Rone.i: President 
,)l Denial Students' Socielv 







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Harold Weinbrrger 

Astoria. Long Island. New York 
.Ilf'ha Omeffa 

B.S. Long Island University; Brooklyn 

College of Pharmacy: Treasurer Alpha 

Omega, '44-'45 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 
*. 'CLASS OF 1946-.* 



Leslie Iack Youxg 

Salem. \'lrginia 
Delta Siama Delta 



R. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 




^m if >^ 

CLASS OFFICERS 

Raphael Wolpeht President 

Walter E. Ormes, (r Vice-President 

Charles Crews Secretarv-Treasurer 

W. C. Crockett Historian 

R. B. Holmes Honor Council 

M. O. Alper ^/(«'/,;»,/^<,/,c.i- Representative 

J. E. Shelton X-Rav Representative 

A. L. Conner. Jr Executi\e Council 

J. R. Carson. Jr Athletic Committee 

D. M. Getzinger \ 

George Goldfard f Dean s Ad\isor 



CLASS HISTORY 



IN resume, looking back over what seems years insleail 
of months, we see the Sopliomore year — the year of the 
great "Rat Race." Pulp exposures, casting failures, shy 
margins and dentoforms were all in the One Great Con- 
spiracy (o trap, ensnare, and grailually ileviuir the poor 
befuddled Sophomore. And our niottci. which we wore 
ever next to our hearts and emblazoned on our escutcheons, 
was "Get another tooth!" 

And now the Junior year . . . reality of realities . . . 
with a fifteen minutes' rush to "flarry's" for what passes 
lor lunch (though our stomachs have long since sto|iped 
kiikling themselves); that beautiful, th.il all-iinporlanl, 
tiiat lilira librae, the dog-eared and much fondled .ippoinl- 



ment book: and the royal, shining armour of the white anil 
dazzhng clinic coats. 

That first day in clinic is one to be cherished by all 
of us. Most of us would rather do an M-O-D than apply 
a rubber dam that stretches from ear to ear — especially 
when that particular piece of apparatus is attached to 
ourselves. 

One of the things most appreciated by us of the Junior 
Class IS the fact that our classmates have really been 
putting their entire elforl into acquiring the knowledge 
of Dentistry: it's lu-ailw.oniing anil comforting to realize 
that those with whom iw work recognize the old aphorism 
of: "You wl what vou i^ive." 



M. (). Alphr 



J. M. AxuKRsox. Jr. 



W. J. Caroon, Jr. 

J. R. Cakson. Jr. 

Si.\i Chappellk 



A. L. Conner. Jr. 

A. J. Cook 



F. B. CORNKTT 



C. R. Crews 

W. C. Crockett 



F. J. Dolly 



R. Al. I-'akolky 



mtzgerald 

R. J. Gardner 



D. M. Getsinger 



F. J. Gilbert 




JUNIORS 

IN 



^ DENTISTRY 



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JUNIORS 

IN 

DENTISTRY 




M. L. GiLLUM 



George Goi.dfarb 



Not Plclurecl: D. M. Pence 
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W. II. Gray, Ir. 

R. B. Holmes 

R. L. HORTON 



J. F. HuLix 



N. A. LOTHES 

W. M. Ormes, Jr. 



J. N. Pastor E 

L. B. Peeler 

H. P. RiGGS, Jr. 



J. E. She ETON 



J. R. Suggs 

J. \V. Wiggins, Jr. 



J. R. \\'lLLIA.\IS 



Raphael VVolpert 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




r . 

CLASS OFFICERS 

M. 0. Dailey President 

T. J. I.MBL-RG Vice-President 

George Green Secretary-Tre.isnrer 

C. W. HORTON Historian 

N, B. Evens Honor Coifncil 

I.B.Fritz Sk^/I and Boni:.r RepresentaUve 

E. T. Cr.ARK X-Ray Representative 

\V. O. Payne E.xecutive Council 

L. S. Ferretti Athletic Committee 

J. D. Beali, I n ■ A I ■ 

N. H. Underwood \ ^^"'^ -' -^''visor 

CLASS HISTORY 



THE history of the Sophomore Class in Dentistry is 
ahiiost the history of dentistry itself, for the basic 
principles of oral anatomy, phy.siology. and pathology had 
to lie known before the remarkable advances ot recent 
years in ilenture prosthesis, orthodontia, antl operative 
ilentistry (to name but a few) could have been made. 

Having gained an intimate knowledge of tooth anatomy 
by carving teeth in wax, and by examinmg the impressions 
oi our own incisors in the polished mahogany desks which 
we had chosen to masticate in sheer futility, we passed on 
to a fascinating study of the various dentitions oi the animal 
kingdom. It was only after we had learned that certain 
fowls have no teeth at all and thus visit their dentists not 
even once a year (horrors!) that we felt sufliciently savant 
to take up the more profound problems of the Sophomore 
course. 



And profound they were, what with all that talk about 
stresses, strains, and resistance, casting and soldering, 
cavity preparation and restorations. We spent untold 
hours in the laboratory worknig otir very fingers to the 
bone, frequently trudging homeward as late as 5;00 p.m. 
We soon developed the characteristic pallor, the haggard 
faces of men twice our age. Women soon ceased calling 
us tor week-encf dates. But the sacrifices were not in vain, 
for in nine short months we attained the desired degree of 
,fa%'Oir faire and an approach so smooth that we can pick 
up our e.xplorers, face a patient bravely, and with pools 
of perspiration gathering in our armpits, demand confi- 
dently: "Open your mouth, Sir, Just a little bit wider, 
please." 

After that it's a cinch. The cavities simply fill up by 
themselves — it's all tlonc with mirrors. 



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SOPHOMORES 

IN 

DENTISTRY 




I. D. Bkaii. 

E. S. Bkxsox, Jr. 

H. R. Boyd. Jr. 

R. E. Carroll 

E. T. Clark 

R. ^\. CO.NISTOCK 

M. O. Dailey 

L. B. Dickens 

X. B. Evens 

L. S. Ferretti 

W. Al. Field 

W. H. Fitzgerald 

T. P. Free.\lax 

I. B. Fritz 

Leo Gottlieb 

>Iel\tn Gray 

Georoe Green 

C. W. Horton 

I. J. J.\iburg 

\y. H. Johnson 

S. L. I^EFCOE 

11. Z. Levine 

W. P. Marshall. Jr. 

R. G. McGeiiee 

G. \'. Ne\v>lan 

\V. O. Payne 

R. E. Rabil 

M. II. Rosenberg 

H. L. Schwartz 

J. P. Swain. Jr. 

J. R. Turnage 

N. H. Underwood 

Herbert Weinberg 

E. E. West. Ill 

I. R. Win: LESS 

R. E. WOODAI.I. 



Not Pictured: C. R. BovD; \V. H. Calvert 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Joseph P.. Slgcs President 

James B. Howell Vice-President 

Edward Perry Secretary-Treasurer 

Ralph Crabill Historian 

W. Madison King X-Ray Representative 

William D. Rodeffer Skull tiin:^ Bones Representative 

Britton F. Beasi.ey Honor Council 

NoR.NLAN \V. Littleton Executive Committee 

Ernest N. Duvall. Jr. ( t^ • ^ • 

TT n E* r Uean s Lommittee 

Henry B. field ) 

CLASS HISTORY 



IN ()ct<.l,cr. l')4:i. Iwrnlv-thrL-c students were emollcd 
In the Freshman Dental Chiss of the Meillcal College 
oi' \'lri;ini<i. After the newness had worn off. after the 
ttimidt and tile shouting had died down, and w lien \ 
liegan to seriously understand our work it lieeanie mere; 
ingly evident to us that life was not as simple as it hac 
seemed in the past. The human body, that same body 
which we had so taken for granted, suddenly became a nes 
of complexities, so complex in fact that it seemed an almos 
insurmountable problem. .Mmost, but luckily, not quite 

There was biochemistry, and it appeared that life 
functions and body processes which simple cells were able 
to carry on with no apparent difficulty were perplexing 
sav the least. 



"Plaster to water, jilaster to water. Always remember 
its plaster to water." Is this a phrase from some ancient 
text on Alchemy'.' Hardly, it is sim|ily the initial, primary, 
cardinal rule of Denture Prothesis. 

It is now 194(1. .^lueh is behind us, yet it does not 
seem much: much is before us, yet it seems more. We are 
looking forwarti to a period ol free time, not so much hip 
the freedom it permits, lor we are more tree at school 
preparing for our life's work than we have ever been 
before, but for the chance it will gi\e us to think, to plan, 
to regulate our li\es so that the future will find us fit to 
carry on the heritage we have accepteil. 



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FRESHMEN 

IN 
DENTISTRY 





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H 




Louis E. Alexander 



Norman L. Barger 

George H. Barnett 

William H. Becker 



William E. Cline 

Ralph L. Crabill 

Ernest X. Duvall, Jr. 

Henry B. Field 

Worth B. Gregory, Jr. 

Estill F. Hall 



James B. Howell 

Eddie Perry 

Marvin E. Pizer 



William D. Rodeffer 

Charles H. Sugg 

John C. Taylor 



Joseph F. Tho.niason 



Not Pictured: Brixton F. Beasi.ev; Ben M. Hiner; Vernon C. Jones; William A. Jc 
Willie M. King, Jr.; John C. Kinlaw; Nor.nian W. Littleton 



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SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 




Dr. Herman P. Thomas 



DEDICATION 



TN sincere a|iiire'Ciation of one wliose kmtl- 

linc'ss and understanthng lias won lor lum 

the i-enartl ol llie entire School of Pharmacv. 



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SENIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Raymond Si>\.mons Presidenl 

loHN Jones Vice-President 

Maxine Elder Secretary 

Becky Alger Treasurer 

Teresa Silverman Historian 

Blair Parsons Dean's Cnmmittee 

Peggy Gregory Executive Committee 

Carl Jones Honor Council 

Paul Mazel Athletic Representative 

Becky Alger Sku// nntJ Bones RepresentaUve 

Marion Maymew X-Ray Represent, ili\f 



CLASS HISTORY 



T 



1-:A\1'L'S FUGIT!" it seems hut yestercla.v that our 
Freshman Class ot twenty-six enrolletl. with ileter- 
niination and courage into our iirst year in the School nl 
J'harmacy. 

1 he lirsl sensalion ol college tla\s made us lee! more 
mature. seii-rehaiU, and responsihle. J5ut our n<y ol 
college tlays uas clipped liy the anxiety and satlness oi 
Worfd Wa'r II, as one l.y one thirteen of our hoys hail t<i 
close the hooks and take up the sword In defense of our 
countrv and ci\ili/.ation as a whole. 

'llie seven inemhers left felt some guilt at lieing the 
chosen lew allowetl to receive the education ottered hv 



M.C.V. Here, puhlicly. we would like to compliment 
Dr. .^IcCoy and Dr. Ihoni.is aiul ex|iress our appreciation 
to them for their patience, interest, and ever-present 
assistance in giving us a hroad outlook, a reahzatuin that 
there is a world outside of the confines of science. And we 
are no less thankful to our Dean and Professors who have 
con In I )U tell their utmost to our success. 

Now we are Seniors; how i|uickl\ the lime has gone. 
We of the original group. <ind om- added lour, await with 
impatience and yet regret for our graduation day. We 
shall truly miss M.C.V'., but we can best live up to her 
standards l\v becoming honest, faithful citizens, anci 
pharmacists worthy ot her name. 



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W. Elizabeth Downing 

Winterpock, Virginia 

Sigma Zeta; Phi Gamma Epsilon; Si-u// 
and Bones. ■43-'44; Pharmacy Editor 
Skull and Bones. '44-'45-'46; Pharmacy 
Editor X-Ray, '44-'45; Vice-President 
Junior Class, ■44-'45; Executive Com- 
mittee. '44-'45-'46; Secretary Student 
Body, ■45-'4f); Secretary Board of Publi- 
cations, ■45-'46; Mortar and Pestle Club, 
'43 : American Pharmaceutical Association, 
■45-'46; Dean's Committee, ■43-'44 



Rebecca Jane Alger 

Charles Town, West Virginia 

Treasurer Senior Class, •45-'46; Morta 

and Pestle Club, •43-'46: American Phai 

maceutical Assoclati.m. ■43-'46 




Peggy Ann Gregory 

Altavista, Virginia 

Class Historian. '45-'44; Secretary Mortar 
and Pestle, '44-'4o; Vice-President Ameri- 
can Pharmaceutical Association, '45-'46; 
Class Secretary, '44-'45; Secretary Ameri- 
can Pharmaceutical Association, '44-'45; 
Executive Committee, '45-'46; Honor 
Council, '44-'45 



G. Maxine Elder 

Brookneal. Virginia 

Phi Gamma Epsilon; Secretary of Senior 
Class, '45-'46; Treasurer of American 
Pharmaceutical Association, '45-'4(); 
.M.irlarand Pestle, '43; American Pharma- 
ceullcal Association, •43-'4(i 




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H. Caul Jonhs 

Appalaclila. Virginia 

Regent of Kappa Psi. '4h; President ol 
American Pharmaceutical Association, '4ti: 
Hon<ii- Council, '45; Alpha Sigma Chi, 
'44; Class President, '44; Treasurer 
Y..M.C.A., '44; Mortar and Pestle; Dean's 
Committee, '44; Treasurer American 
Pharmaceutical Association. '45; Secretary 
Kappa Psi. '43; \'lcc-Rcgcnt Kappa Psi. 
'44 




Joiix H. Jones 

Rlchm..na, Virginia 

Class President. '42; Regent Kappa Psi 
'43; Rho Chi; Alpha Sigma Chi; Clas: 
Vice-President, '45; iMortar and Pestle 
American Pharmaceutical Assoclatioi 



SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 
. • • CLASS OF 1946 • . . 





M.\RION F. M.XYHEW 




Flncaslle, Virginia 


Clas 


s Secretary, '43; Class Secretary, '44; 


Seer 


■tary American Pharmaceullcaj Asso- 


ciatl 


nn, '45; President Phi Gamma 


Epsi 


on, '45; Senior Class Representative 




X-Ray. '46; Mortar and Pestle 





Paul AIazkl 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Athletic Representatl\e, '44; Associalt 
Feature Editor Skul/ and Bone.t. ■43-'44 
Ne%vs Editor Skull and Bones. '44-'45 
Feature Editor Skull and Bones. '45-'46 
Athletic Representative. '45-'46; .^Iortal 
and Peslle Club 



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Jacob Sear 

Hampton, Virginia 

Omega Chi; Mortar and Pestle. '40; 

American Pharmaceutical Association, 

'42; Dean's List, ■42-'45 



Orn'illh Blair Parsoxs 

Charlotte Court House. Virginia 

Phi Gamma Epsilon; >!ortar and Pestle, 
'44; American Pharmaceutical Association, 
'44; President American Pharmaceutical 
Association. '45; Dean's Committee, '46; 
Representative X-Ray. '44 




RAY.^10ND H. SlM.\\ONS 
Harrisonburg. Virginia 

Class Treasurer. '45; President .^lorlar 

and Pestle. '45; Class President. '46 

Amcico, Pharmaceutical Association 



Teresa Silver.\!an 

Richmond. Virginia 

Secretary Sigma Zeta; Class Historic 
'45; American Pharmaceutical Assoc 
tlon; Mortar and Pestle; Class Vic 
President. '44 




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JUNIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Gay Ellett Preside 

Mary Ann Macee Vice-Preside 

Jean Marie Carter Secretary-Treasui 

Donald Hankey Histori. 

Jean Purdy H.mor Couik 

Randolph James X-Ray Represenlati 

Carl Lueckurt S)^ull .md Bones RepreseninU 

RoBYN Ann Williams Athletic Representali 

Eunice i^loOHE Dean's Commllt 

Margaret Monday Executive Commltt 



CLASS HISTORY 



QL'I TE impossible it seems, when we first cnlcrcil iIk' 
portals ot AlcGuire Hall and Pharmacv School on 
Julv, 1944, that two years could have passed so rapully. 
Oft it has been said that experiences ami associations we 
enioy linger not long enough. 

Of the twenty-four members of our original Freshman 
Class twcKe are missing. The majority of these twelve 
having been called into the service of "Uncle Sam." But 
iust in reverse of the latter statement our numbers have 
been bolstered by eleven new students. Five are transfers 
and si.x are rettirned service veterans. To these we sav, 
"Welcome back to M.C.V." 

At the beginning of the year we began to lift the foot 
ot our minds for its second step on the ladder of education 
filletl with ambition and anticipation for a highly successful 
steji. Bui It wasn't so simple as that what with the 



"double consumption" we caught in "Oual." and "Ouan.. ' 
the nightmares of refle.x arcs and synopses of Comparative 
Anatomy, to say nothing of the levers, cogs, wires, and 
switches we fought with in Physics. The year was a "tough 
nut to crack," and on top of that we almost got the stomach 
ache trying to digest its kernel. Nevertheless, we came 
through with practically a spotless record. 

On the other side of the picture our curriculum hasn't 
been lacking in recreation in the form of the annual Mortar 
and Pestle Club outing, numerous dances and parties, and 
private get-togethers, as well as intramural basketball 
games wherein our class was ably represented. 

All in all I think we can bid our Sophomore year 
adieu with satisfaction, and say hello to our Junior year 
with zest and the anticipation that it may be our best at 
Pharmacv School. 



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SPECIAL 
STUDENTS 




Bertha Cohen 

Robert S. Lawrence 

Eliz. Shadwell Montgomery 
M. LuciLE Murphy 



Priscilla Phillips 
John Sneed 

RoBYN Ann Williams 

John E. Wise, Jr. 



JUNIORS 

IN 

PHARMACY 




A\. Geraldine Ailstock 
Hannah L. Bourne 

Jean Marie Carter 

Gay' Nell Ellett 



Thomas Walton Eppes 
E\'a Mae Fleming 

Anne E. Glover 

Donald E. Hanky 



Randolph B. James 
Ida Joel 

A. Carl Lueckert, Jr. 
Mary Ann Magee 



Edith R. Mayhew 

Margaret R. Monday 
H. Eunice Moore 

Walter J. Payne, Jr. 



j kan e. purdy 

Burton S. Reese 

Jay Tho.\ipson 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Frank G. Johnson, Jk President 

Charles F. Kingery \'lce-Presiclent 

Lillian Beverly Bray Secretary 

Harold M. Nutter Treasurer 

Helen Louise Herthel Historian 

Robert E. Plott. Jr. . Dean's Committee 

Thomas F. Marshall. Jr Executive Committee 

Reuben K. Chewning Honor Council 

Clarence R. Lockridge Athletic Association 

Ervin P. Brooks >_«»// <!/n/ Bo/u-.r Representative 

Anne Carolyn Ha.ni.mond X-Ray Representative 



CLASS HISTORY 



OCO'IDBER 1, 1945. saw tlu- a.lmisslon of fifty-seven 
Freshmen Pharmacv Students, the first to eontiiuie 
under the prewar class scheilule. 

We composed a varied group; \elerans. high scliool 
graduates, and those of us who had been watching and 
waiting lor an opportunity. We worried together, laughed 
together, fought together, and joked together. We were 
nervous, and \\e atlmit it. To Dean Rudd, Mrs. Hewitt, 
and Dr. Kaufman who clarified and solved our academic 
prolilems, and to .^Ir. I.arrick who soKeii our personal 
proWenis we cxleiul heartfelt thanks, hoth iiullxidualU 
and coUectivelv. 



Our first week saw us contusetl hut rapitlly acclimatiz- 
ing to our new environment. \\'e learnei.1 to know our 
teachers, their characteristics, the class jokes, hut most of 
all. we learned to know each other. 

\\'e worked, liut all work and no play makes for mental 
stagnation, and so we hecame aware of the Student Social 
Center, utilizing it to visit among ourselves and the upper- 
classmen. 

The year hasn't been easy, but we didn't expect it to 
be. We all realize that one gets what one gives, and our 
work has paid off. We can truthfully say that the Medical 
College of Virginia has made us conscious of the standards 
that compose anil direct our lives. 



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FRESHMEN 

IN 

PHARMACY 




JosKi'H C. Almond, Jr. 

\'asileios D. L. Bassil 

Thomas G. Borden 

L. Beverly Bray 

Einix P. Brooks 

Samuel W. Clarke, Jr. 
D. Reed Counts 

Walter S. Cox 



Doris Rae Crouch 

Elsie H. Dowdy 

Raymond E. Dunton 

Norman W. Evans 

Frances F. Feldman 

Barbara Sue Greaver 
Ann C. Hammond 

Beverly K. Hornsby 



C. Rhea Houchins 

Mary L. IIuff>l\n 

Frank G. Johnson, Jr. 
Charles F. Kingery 



Olix'er T. Kittinger 

Montague C. Marshall, Jr. 
Richard E. i^Iarshall 

Tho.nias F. Marshall, Jr. 

William C. M.ayo 

CixiL B. .^Iulijns 

A\erette p. .^Iyers 

\\'lLLIA.\l PEARL^LAN 

WiLLiA.\i H. Settle 

\\'iLLiA.Ni L. Shelton, Jr. 
Junius B. Skelton 

Charles A. Wornom 



Not Pictured: Martha R. Alderman; Lawrence W. Bennett; Kkku P. Casev; R. Kenneth ChewninG; Peter F. Halenda; Donai. T. Hensi.ey; 
Helen L. Herthel; S. Bayard Jeter. Jr.; John W. I^ay; Clarence R. I.ockridge; George M. Long, Jr.; Sa.muel E. .^Iim.ms. Jr.; M. Luch.e 
Murphy; Harold M. Nutter; Robert E. Plott, Jr.; Tho.mas B. Schools; Benia.min D. S.mith; .\lan A. Stein; Wallace F. Whit.more; Robyn 

Ann \Villl\.ms; Bruce \V. Young 







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SCHOOL OF NURSING 



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Miss Dorsye Russell, R.N. 



DEDICATION 



|N grateful recognition of our sponsor and 

adviser whose understanding, friendliness 

and ad\ice ha\e won ior her the respect of the 

School ot Xursioii, we dedicate this section. 



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SENIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Dorothy Williamson' Presiden 

Kathf.rine Graham Vice-Presiden 

Kate Van Doren" Secretar 

Nell Wright Treasure 

Kathryn Taylor Historiai 

Florence Ellis X-Ray Representatlv 

Jane Hart Sku// miJ Boner Representativ 

Claire Hodoe Athletic Representatlv 

Eleanor Petty Executive Committe 

LoRA F. Stanton Hun,.r Council Representatlv 

Ada F. Hobbs H.mur Council Representativ 

Florence Hall Chajilaii 



CLASS HISTORY 



A S commencement time draws near uc pause a inununt 
•^ ■*- to look back over the preceding three vears aiul to 
survey the progress made by us. the Class ot '46. 

The history ot our class is threefold since we are really 
the three separate classes of February, June anil Septenilicr 
which in 1944 became consoliilated into one. 

The things we will remember most \'l\it!l\- about our 
three years at M.C\'. are no doubt memories t>i Incitlents 
which are looked upon by e\erv nurse at some time or 
another as important — things that stand out as a big step 
toward a cherished eml. Such things need not be enu- 
merated here but saved for some future dale when we shall 



pause again. In our c\erv-day life, to think back and 
remember: The day we entered M.C\'., our lirst day on 
duty, cap[iing e.xercises. days in the operating room antl 
O.B.. black bands and. lastly, graduation and realizati<in 
ot our hundretl indivulual reasons for entering nursing. 

It IS with a great deal of pleasure that we shall look 
back on these things and knowing with full assurance our 
work here was not tor ourselves alone, but tor all America 
tlurmg some oi the tlarkest days ot her history. Tomorrow's 
worlil will lie a better one and it is a happy thought that 
we ha\e helped to make it so. It is with sincerest hope 
that we leave the halls ot M.C.\'. prepared to play a bigger 
part in the better things aheail. 



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Mary Ellen Ankers 

Sterling College; .Madison C,>llege 
President Freshman Class 



June Marie Adams 

Akron. Ohio 




Dorris Faye Bry.ant 

Coel.nrn. Virginia 



Mary V. Blanchard 

Wallace. North Carolina 
East Carolina Teachers' Cc.lleg 



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Alice Josephine Courtney 

West P..inl. Virginia 





Ruth Coverston 

Water Lick. Virginia 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
• . • CLASS OF 1946 . • • 



Mary Leanka Dahmer 

Elkins, West Virginia 




r^L^RGARET Jane Dcmenick 

Loean, West Vireinia 



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Florence Royall Ellis 

High Point. Xorlli Car,>llna 

W..nien's College, Unlxersltv of North 
Carolln;,; President lunlor Class; Repre- 
sentative X-Ray, ■4o-'46 



J^Iary Amada Davila 

Los Lunas, New Mexico 




Elizabeth Flannagan 

XorlolU, Virginia 

William and Mary College. Norfo 
Division 



Mary Ellen Farquharson 

BluefieKl, West Virginia 
Vireinia Intcrmont College 





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Sara Naomi Frasikr 

Seneca. Soulh Carolina 





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Leola Aurora Glenn 

Suffolk. N'irginia 
MaJIson College 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
..•CLASS OF 1946... 



Katherine Bondeena Graham 

Purcellville. Virginia 

.^laclison College; Sigma Zela; Honor 

Council, ■44-'45: \'ice-President Senioi 

Class 





Florence A. Hall 

La Belle. Florida 

A,B. .Asburv College; President Freshman 
Class; Class Chaplain. ■45-'46; Sigma Zeta 



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Helen' Osterhaus Hargrave 

Washington, D. C. 
Aladison College 



E.MMA Marye Haltigan 

South Boston. Virginia 
Ferrum Junior College 




Ada Frances Hobbs 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Mary Washington College; Honor Council, 
'45-'46 



Jane Heath Hart 

Dentlron. Virginia 

A\ailison College; Treasurer Student 
Government, '45-'46; Class Historian. 
■44; Representative S/^ul/ and Bom:., 
'4.5-'4(.; Chairman Nursing Student 
Council, ■45-'46 




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Clairk F.lizabkth Hodge 

L.iray. Virginia 

Mary Washington College: Alhlell. 
Representati\e, '4b 





Mary Ann Horne 

Coeburn, Virginia 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
. . . CLASS OF 1946 • • . 



Ernestine Hunsucker 

C..n..ver. North Carolina 





Sara Frances Hun 

Halifax, North Carolina 
Louisburg College 



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Emily Ruth Lynch 

LaFoIlette, Tennessee 



N'alakie Lesner 

Powliatan. Virgmla 




Virginia Mynes 

Si All.nnv \V,-^t Vu-.Mni 



Nancy Lee Marshall 

Riclimoncl. Virsrinia 




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Klizakktii McClanahan Neel 

Lcwislnirg. West Virginia 
Greenbrier College 





lll-LKX I^HKNADIXI-; NoVAK 
Aml.rulge, Pennsylvania 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
. • . CLASS OF 1946 • • » 



Mildred Anne O'Grady 

Richmond, Virginia 

Riclimond Professional Institute, College 
of William and Marv 





Rosemary Eileen Oberdorfer 

Youngst.nvn. Ohio 
Wiltenberir College 



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Sara Isabel Rock 

Rock Hill, South Carolina 



Eleanor Petty 

Gastonia, Xorth Carolina 

;d Heart College. E.xe^ 
Committee. '45-'4fa 




Ernestine Lewis Spenser 

Tazewell, Virginia 



Rita Clare Ryan 

Lynchburg. Virginia 
B.S. St. Joseph's College 





LoHA Frances Stantox 

Bremo Bluff, Virginia 

Mailison College; Sigma Zeta; Treasurer 

Sigma Zeta; Honor Council. ■45-'46; 

Alliletic Representative. •44-'46 





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Mariella Talmage 

Richmona. Virginia 



Queen's Collese; President Freshmen 
Class 



SCHOOL OF N U R S I N G 
• . . CLASS OF 1946 • • • 



Margaret Louise Torrence 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Madison College 




Mary Frances Thoctman 

.Nh.rion. Virginia 

Radford State Teachers' College ; Secrela 
Junior Class 



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Katk Preston \'an Doren 

Roanoke. Virginia 

Secrclaiv Alhletic Association. ■45-'46; 
Secrelarv Senior Class 



Phyllis Tuckwiller 

Levvisburg, W. Va. 




Cornellv Kathleen \Villia.\is 

Crewe. \'irginla 



Nancy Lee W'ickline 

Buchanan. Virginia 
AvereK College 





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DonoTiiY Mak Williamson 

Buchanan. Virginia 

Brlilncwatcr College; President Senl, 
Class; Honor Council, •45-'4() 




Doris Witcher 

Union Hall, Virginia 
Rail ford Slate Teachers' College 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
. . . CLASS OF 1946 • • • 



NiiLL Wright 

Fries, Virginia 

Radlord Stale Teachers' Coll 
Treasurer Senior Class 





Dorothy Klizabhth Yowkll 

Staunton, Virginia 



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Not Pictured: Margaret Ada.ms; Lena Lawson; Evelyn McCall; Katherine Taylor; Hazei. Wood 



JUNIOR CLASS 




CLASS OFFICERS 

Faye Hensley President 

Lois Pahkek Vice-President 

M. L. BoHLKEN Secretary-Historian 

Joy Worrell Treasurer 

Faye Hensley Executive Committee 

Mary Lee Child Honor Council 

Elizabeth Ruffin Honor Council 

Elizabeth Custis X-Ray Representative 

Virginia Matheney AXd//.;/;;/ /io/ip.r Representative 



CLASS HISTORY 



RN. is the ahhrc-viation for Rcgislcrcd Nurse, lni( lor 
, twenty girls who entered the Medical College of 
Virginia School of Nursing on September 18, 1945, the 
months behind and the year ahead are no abbreviation. 

As preclinical students life was fairly dull; the work 
was didactic. Each of us entered into nursing full of 
glamour and hopeful e.vpectancy, with visions ot Florence 
Nightingale-like deeds, with thoughts of immediately 
putting on magical white uniforms and crisply starched 
caps and there and then starting off to heal the sick. 
Quickly we were disillusioned, and instead we set about 
straining to absorb .\nalomy, Pharmacology, and Nursing 
Arts, healing only our poor, beaten brains at the end ol 
each day. 

Then, suddenly, we were Freshmen; didactics con- 
tinued, but at last we had that long-awaited opportunity 



, . . we were inlrotlucetl to the wards. The excilenienl of 
hospital life intrigued us. The work was hard and the 
hours long, but the magic of actually doing something for 
some one, of knowing one was needed, kept us in a constant 
state ol enchantment, and gradually, insidiously, but 
definitely, we became oriented to the routine. 

Now we are Juniors, and there is a field of vast explora- 
tion laid open to us. The specialties of Nursing are at our 
fingertips, inviting our search. Medicine, Psychiatry, 
Obstetrics and Pediatrics are all within our grasp and 
understanding. And there is the promise ot that "little 
black band," so small, but so all-important, that denotes 
the Senior student. 

It is our highest aim, our most cherisheil ambition 
that we may be credits, both as students and later as 
graduates, to iM.C.V., and that we may prove ourselves 
worthy as representatives of the profession we have chosen. 



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Roberta Armistkao 

Amanda Barkkr 

Janict Bi-:li, 

Mary Lou Boiilken 



Nancy Boyd 

Madge Brown 

AlAHI^Aliin- Ca.\\pbell 

Mar ruA Candler 



Cecil Carter 

Mary Lee Child 

Patricla Coffey 

Elizabeth Custis 



Olga Des Champs 

Zela Fauber 

Helen Forkner 

Dora Grim 



Helen Harrell 

Faye Hensley 

TiiELMA Johnson 

Myrtle Ke>lmerer 



Jenny Kennedy 

Lucy Knies 

Veda Liskey 

Jane Maydian 



Virginia Matheney" 

Anna McDowell 

Ardenia Miffleton 




JUNIORS 

IN 

NURSING 



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JUNIORS 

IN 

NURSING 




ZuLA Newman 

Marie Page 



Lois Ann Parker 

Geneva Pitsenbarger 
Sarah Lee Pride 

Nancy Ralston 



Elizabeth Ruffin 

Helen Shaw 

Betty Simpson 

Doris Sours 



Dorothy Sowers 

Carolyn Steele 

Bertha Suman 

Dorothy Swartz 



Frances Tho.\las 

Eloise \^'ebb 

ALary Lee Webb 

Sara White 



Patricia Williams 

Jane Winstead 

Fontaine Winston 

i"^\ary Wiseman 



Hilda Woodrum 

Joy \\'orrell 



Not Picliired: Helen Alford; March Ali.en; Joyce Beazi.f.y; Claraoell Cline; Charlotte Heeke; Margaret Horton; Alice Jerry; Cui 
Messick; Doris Mitchell; Rachel Jones; Margaret Traylor; Georgia Willeroy 



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FRESHMAN NURSES 

Seated: Lorraine P. Dempsey, Anx G. Winstead, Rachel f . Buchanan, Myra Cannon, Evelyn L. Foley, 

Helen A. Reese, Kathekine M. Rogers, Alice J. Greene. 
Standing: Charlotte A. Hall, Claudine Buchanan, Lila H. Holden, Jacqueline E. Miller. Jane E. Smith, 

Barbara K. Adair, Billy Dunn, Cornelia E. Gibbs, Louise M. Putney. 
Not pictured: Elizabeth S. Booker. 









PRECLINICAL NURSES 

Back row: Martha N. Chavis, Josephine E. Le.mon, Rosa C. Bryant, Leona Mae Vrancken, Laura G. 

Stephens, Frances Harris, Shirley R.Galliher, Martha T. Parkinson, Connie Lee Tho.mpson, 

Virginia Brown, Chrystal Rutter, Audrey Greene, Ann Steigleder, Doris Posey, Della 

0. Dixon. 
Second row: Jane Cannon, Marion Dunford, Jean >\. Hayter, Tinnie E. Bigger, Jeanette Windsor, Retha 

P. Crouse, Elizabeth J. Sneed, Mary Susan Taylor, Frances Young, Betty \V. Harris, Elinor 

Michael. Madeline H. Hutchinson, ,Margaret E. Knapp, Barbara Howard. 
First row: MiLDRED B. McGlaughlin. E.maiean Hughes, Laura J. LaFontaine. Frances Karr, Dorothy 

Sutton. Jean Clark, Josephine Calison. Verlinda E. Lucas. G. Christine Bunch. Jean Carter, 

Fern White, Alice Baines, Charlotte Ca.mpbell. Ann Rathje. 
Not pictured: Virginia McAuliffe, Louauna Shu.\iate, Edna Stephens. 

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X-RAY 

TECHNICIANS 



XT^EW people ap]ireciate the fact that 
-*- X-Ray technicians are really ex- 
perts in their field. Their technical 
skill IS the result of two years practical 
work in X-Ray technique, with a high 
school education as a prerequisite. Not 
until after these years are completed do 
they obtain the Degree of Registered 
Technician. Their understanding of 
fluoroscopy, radiography, and the thera- 
peutics of X-Ray make them both 
necessary and integral parts of any 
medical institution. They constitute 
another group ot the unsung heroines 
of clinical medicine. 




Back row: Betty Rice, Sara Puitchard. Axn' Mey- 
BURG. Evelyn Hayes, Mrs. Mildred 
Daughdrige. 

Front row: Dr. Stuart Eisenberg, Dorothy Car- 
NEAL. Mrs. Thel.ma Edwards, .^Iartha 
Ann Stevenson, Evelyn Ellis, Bette 
Wyatt, Dr. Delvert Kechele. 




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Left to right: Betty Johnston, Connie Xve. Mrs. 
Eleanor Berglund, Mary Rourke. 
Evelyn Motley, Vera Funk, Doris 
McCloskey', Herman, Sara McClan- 

AHAN. 



DIETICIANS 




POSSIBLY at the nioincnt this pic- 
ture was snapped these were happy, 
carefree girls, hut it's cahhage-to-kale 
that before the day was through some 
one was plagumg then- hves with coni- 
jilaints. Most people don't seem to 
realize that to attam the status of 
Dietician it is necessary to ohtain a 
hachelor's degree ironi an accredited 
college, and to work through one long, 
hard year ol practical application. Also 
it is necessary to l)e an economist, 
mathematician and psychologist; all 
unofficially, of course. It is impossible 
to jilease all of the people all of the 
time, but the girls [ilease all of the 
peo]ile some of the time, and they work 
hard at it. They deserve cauldrons of 
praise tor their ability to provide 
nourishing, solid food on a standard 
budaet. 



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Back row: Shirley Kilcullen. Vola Lee Humphreys. Jean Rives. Florence Anderson Hazel Farrior. 
Kenny Magill. Maxine Stukes. Jean Clawson. 

Front row: Betty Kennedy. Hilda Traina. Mary Elizabeth Riley. Betty Stead.man. Kay Ross. Florence 
Case. Joyce Barker. Pat Bennett. Dorothy Fugitt. 

Not pictured: Marguerite Kidd. 



PHYSICAL THERAPY TECHNICIANS 



FACULTY 

F. A. Hellebrandt. M.D. 
Acting Director and Professor of Physical Medici 
Ernst Fischer. M.D. 
Professor ot Physiology 
Josephine J. Buchanan. M.D., R.P.T.T. 
Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine 
Clifton B. Cosby, B.S. M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Biophysics 
SusANNE Hirt, R.P.T.T. 
Assistant Professor of Applied Anatomy 
Annie M. Parrish. B.S.. R.P.T.T. 
Assistant Technical Director of the Physical Ther 
Training School and Instructor in Phy-sical Ther 

Florence A. Strayer. R.N.. R.P.T.T. 

Instructor in Physical Therapy 

Katherine Hatcher, B.A.. R.P.T.T. 

Chief Physical Therapist (Hospital Division) 

Mrs. a. Ward Lockhart, O.T.R. 

Chief Occupational Therapist (Hospital Divisio. 



IN the last growing field of Physical 
Medicine the technicians constitute 
one of the most necessary and im- 
portant groups. They must have an 
adequate knowledge ot muscle activity 
and nerve innervation as well as an 
ability to recognize and appreciate the 
omnipotent presence of the human 
element. Aside trom the mere technical 
aspects ot their position, they must 
possess indomitable faith and unfailing- 
hope in their patients, and they must 
be able to imjiart these qualities to 
them. 

For a certificate as a Plivsical Therapy 
Technician, the student must have first 
graduated from an accredited school 
oi nursing, graduated from an ac- 
credited school oi physical education, 
or liad two years ot approved college 
training. When these qualifications 
have been completed they are then 
eligible for a twelve months course at 
M.C.V. in the newly organized Baruch 
Center of Physical Aledicine. 

It is their feeling that they are well 
rewarded by their part in enabling an 
indivulual to win mastery over an 
unkintl late. 



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Tom G. POTTEKFiELD 



T T XDER the present student government 
*~^ administration, whose purpose has been 
not onK' the promotion of student activities 
liut the discouragement of poHtical antagon- 
isms on the "campus," the Student Activity 
Building has risen to its full measure ot 
service and usefulness to M.C.V. In all four 
schools, students have become convinced 
that this structure is the most convenient 
center for social and organizational functions. 

The past year saw, in adtiition, a complete 
auditing of Student Botly iuntis, so that the 
succeeding administration can work more 
effectively, cognizant at all times of its 
financial status. And an especially note- 
worthy contribution ot the outgoing admin- 
istration was the passage of several constitu- 
tional amendments, aimed at an improved 
student government and a more satisfied 
student body. 

M.C.V. appreciates the fact that under the 
accelerated scholastic program, student body 
officers have wjrked long and hard, solving 
their problems willingly and effectively. 
1 hey deserve praise for their efforts and 
admiration for their results. 

With the advent of deceleration, the in- 
coming administration will have more time 
to study and seek solutions to those problems 
peculiar to students of M.C.\'. We, the 
stuilent botly, should pledge ourselves to 
support to the utmost a government of the 
student, by the student, and for the student. 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




LiBV DoxvNiNi; 



Jane H.\rt 



STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 

To.M G. PoTTERFIELD President 

James G. Dean Vlce-PresiJenl 

LiBY Downing Secretary 

Jane Hart Treasurer 



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T^UXCTIONING as a self-governing 
organization, the Student Body 
conducts its affairs bv means of the 
honor system, under which any student 
failing to live up to its principles may 
lie eliminated from the roster. It is the 
]iurpose of the Honor Council to see 
that the obligations of the honor 
svstem are carried out. 



HONOR COUNCIL 



MEMBERS 



A. H. DuuLiiY, Jr. 
Stuart Light 
William Law 
Robert W. Thomas 
Clyde Maddox 

R. B. Holmes 
N. B. Evens 

B. F. Beasley 



H. Carl Jonks 

Jean E. Purdy 

R. Kenneth Ciiewning 

Frances Stanton 

Ada Frances Hobbs 

Mary Lee Child 

Elizabeth Ruffin 



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T^Ill'" l']\ccuii\c Coinmltlcc acts as 
-*- the rcprcscntati\c ot the Student 
Botly in any situation when such 
reiiresentatlon is necdeil, antl is in- 
tended to set tie grievances or complaints 
arising between classes or student 
organizations attecting the Student 
Boily as a whole. Its membership 
comjirises one stuelent electetl irom 
each class. 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



Robert Moore 
E. R. Trice 
Thad Prout 
R. J. Stalter 
LixwooD Cherry 
A. L. Connor 

\V. O. P.AYNE 



MEMBERS 

N. W. Littleton 
Peggy Gregory 
Margaret Monday 
Thomas F. Marshall, Jr. 
Eleanor Petty 
F.AYE Hensley 



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EDITORIAL 
STAFF 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

I. G. Freed Editor-in-Chief 

M. D. Fhiedenberg Associate Editor 





IvAX G. Freed 



DESPITE the fact that wartime 
priorities were nearly ehminated, 
the production ot this volume of the 
X-Ray iound itself hampered by short- 
ages of men and materials not very 
different from the limitations imposed 
by the war years themselves. The 
situation was a disappointing, though 
not completely unexpected, post-bellum 
development; however, the editors and 
business stafl have turned their best 
efforts toward publishing an attractive 
volume, and one which would reach 
the students on time. 

There has been no attempt to show 
the changes wrought by deceleration, 
de-militarization, or divers other results 
oi victory. Rather, this book essays a 
depiction of what we might affection- 
ately call "old" M.C.V., remembering 
too, that the school is indeed only in 
the genesis of its development. 



MiLTON' D. Fhiedenberg 



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X-RAY 

BUSINESS 
STAFF 



Ernest R. Trice 



T^HE best editorial staff is helpless 
-"- without the cooperation ot an 
energetic and efficient business staff. 
By dint of spirited sales and adver- 
tising campaigns, this volume ot the 
X-Ray has been iierhajis better su- 
stained financially than any previous 
edition. The business manager and his 
associates deserve jilaudits for their 
excellent work. 









BUSINESS 


STAFF 








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Llewellyn . . 


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Cr 


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Charles Llewellvj 
Charles Crews 



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SKULL 

AND 

BONES 




George Goldfarb 



Paul Mazel Charlie Crews Marty Rosenberg 

Elizabeth Downing Fave Hensley Pat Coffey 



Joseph Suggs 
Gordon Townsend 



Walter Ormes 
G. V. New.wan 





Newtox \'anHohn 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Paul T. Baker Editor 

George Goldfarb Associate Editor 

Paul Mazel Features Editor 

Charlie Crews Sports Editor 

Marty Rosenberg Sports Editor 

Jos. R. Suggs Dental Editor 

Walter aM. Ormes Dental Editor 

W. Elizabeth Downing .... Pharmacy Editor 

Fave Hensley Nursing Editor 

Pat Coffey Nursing Editor 

Gordon L. Townsend Art Editor 

G. V. New.max Art Editor 

BUSINESS STAFF 

C. Newton VanHorn .... Business .^lanager 
Robert Payne .... Asst. Business Manager 
J. B. Ada.ms Circulation Manager 






J. B. Ada.n 



PUBLISHING a weekly newspaper 
can scarcely- he consuleretl a one- 
man )ol), liiit the highly inipro\etl 
quality of the Skull and Boiws, from 
e\-ery journalistic aspect, may be altri- 
hiitetl almost solely to the diligent 
efforts of its editor for the past year. 
Wartime difficulties were unable to 
inhibit the spirit of the publication. 
Intelligent editorials, amusing cartoons, 
a variety of feature articles and current 
news stories made the appearance oi 
the paper an event anticipated by 
faculty and students alike. 

Circulation is always a troublesome 
problem when it must depend upon the 
necessarily inadequate class-represen- 
tative system. Nevertheless, the Skull 
and Bonc.f probabb' reached more 
students in 1943 than m any previous 
year of its publication. 

The admirable example set by the 
retiring staff presents a challenge to the 
incoming managerial board. Yet every 
indication points to even better college 
newspapers in succeeding years. 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




.......^ 



LiNWOOD ChERR 




ATHLETICS at Medical College of 
Virginia are intended primarily 
for the physical and mental recreation 
of its students, less stress being placed 
on the purely competitive aspects of 
sport. Despite this fact the baseball 
and basketball teams have acquitted 
themselves nobly in intercollegiate com- 
petition. 

Although facilities are not readily 
accessible the cooperation of the Y.M. 
C.A., the acquisition of the Student 
Union Building, and the maintenance 
of the old drill field have enabled more 
and more sports-minded students to 
participate in the various activities. 
Perfection of the game is always 
hampered by lack of time, but this is 
compensated by the fine spirit and good 
sportsmanship typically M.C.V. 




Kate VanDoren 



Dr. William I'arker 



CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 

). R. Fitzgerald Senior Medical 

R. I. Fisher Junior .^letlical 

V. F. Tumminello Sophomore Medical 

Earl Allara Freshman Medical 

J. E. Little Senior Dental 

J. R. Carson, Jr Junior Dental 

L. S. Ferretti Sophomore Dental 

J. F. ThomaSON Freshman Dental 

Paul Mazel Senior Pharmacy 

BoLYN A. WiLLIA.MS . . . Sophomore Pharmacy 
C. R. LocKRiDC.E .... F'reshman Pharmacy 



OFFICERS 

Dr. Willia.m H. Parker . . . Graduate Manag 

LiNwooD Cherry Preside 

J. B. Ada.mS Vice-Preside 

Kate VanDorkn Secrela 

J. R. iMcCauley Treasur 



FACULTY COMMITTEE 



Dr. John P. Lynch. Jr. 
Dr. Arthur P. Little 
Dr. Karl L. Kauf.man 
Miss Cornelia Friend 



School of Medicine 

School of Dentistry 

School of Pharmacy 

School of Nu 



ng 



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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 






Waveri.y R. Pavxe, M. D. 

Pre.mient 



Mrs. Helen M. Seller 
Director, .ilumni Fund 



\V. Hen'rv Street. D.D.S. 
Secretary/ 



OFFICERS 

Wavehly R. Paynk, M.D Preside 

Austin I. Dodson. M.D Immediate Past Preside 

Robert J. Wilkinson, M.D First Vice-Preside 

R. R. RooKE Second Vice-Preside 

J. J. Stigai.l. Jr Third Vice-Preside 

Mrs. Anne P. Mahoney. R.N Fourth Vice-Preside 

W. Henry Street, D.D.S Secreta 

Harvey B. H.^ag. M.D Treasur 

Mrs. Helen M. Seller Director. Alumni Fu 



A NOTllKR YE.AR, in which «c ^^^■\i<; finis to "AclcI- 
-^ -*- cralion." .\ ,\car which has abruptly conckidecl the 
most hiinililc, the most devastating war in the history ot 
niaiikinil. The accelerated program now concliidiiii; with 
your c-xodus into the professional world has liccn one ol 
"Oliportunity" — opportunity to many deserving students 
who would not otherwise have been afforded a professional 
education. That the war has stopped before your training 
was completed is your good fortune, but "Opportunity" 
still lies ahead of you. All over the world the devastation 
to humanity has thrown wide open the doors ol opportunity 
for the re-liuilding ol human lives: physically, mentally, 
morally, spiritually. The enormous strides which scientific 
research, in the tllsco\ ery of new drugs, battlelleld siuylcal 
lechni(]ues, and remedial measures has made iluring the 
war years has widened the horizons ot the newly graduated 
|iiiilessional men an<l women, has increased the technical 



knowledge available, and enriched the opportunity tor 
j'fnvt'f to humanit\'. 

The oath which ,\(ui take at graduation is your promise 
to use the technical knowledge and skill acquired during 
your college years to the .rc/iviv of humanity, in the allevia- 
tion of human sutfering. The school which equipped you 
to pattern your future on the jirinciples ot that oath, as 
well as to beneht materiallv by the tools which it has placed 
in your hands, will be judged by the manner in which you 
perform the principles of that oath in your daily living. As 
loyal Alumni of the Metlical College of X'irginia you will 
pattern your li\es antl form professional habits which will 
reflect only credit to your Alma Mater, redounding to your 
personal credit, and enhance its prestige in the medical 

world: 

■■Gov to tin- ^coM Ihc hexl i/ou hace 

Andlhe best will conn- hack lo 1/011." 



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Y. M. C. A. 



T TNDER the able and willing Icader- 
^■^ ship ot Mr. Jonah L. Larrick, 
the Y.M.C.A. has become more than 
an organization to the students of 
M.C.V. ; it has become a friend. Here 
they are able to take their problems: 
spiritual, mental, physical, and material 
with the realization that every means 
at the Y.M.C.A.'s disposal will be used 
in offering them assistance. Here they 
find an institution aimed beyond the 
whole, directly at the individual ; and 
here too, they find the true Christian 
spirit. 




Jonah Larrick 
Executive Secretary 



OFFICERS AND CABINET 

\V. P. HiNSON' President 

R. P. Moore Vice-President 

H. A. iMoRSE Treasurer 

S. H. Light Recording Secretary 

D. H. Smith Membership 

J. R. Fitzgerald Publicity 

J. H. Edwards Social 

G. L. TowNSEND Church Affiliation 

J. A. SoLO.MON Missionary 




COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT 

Mk. R. F. McCracken- Chairman 

Dr. Richard Lee Simpson, Jr Sec.-Treas. 

Mr. Thanning \V. Andersen 

.^1r. George W. Bake.man 

Dr. Ja.nies p. Baker. Jr. 
>\». W. L. Beai.e 

Dr. Wyndha.m Blanton 
Dh. Paul D. Camp 

.^1r. C. P. Cardwell 

Dk. George Duncan 

Dr. Hunter Frischkoun, Jr. 
Dr. \V. H. Higgixs 
Dr. W. Tyler Havnes 

Dr. a. p. Little 

.^lR. T. R. McCauley 

Dr. S. S. Negus 

Dr. C. L. Outland 
Dii. \\'illia>\ H. Parker 

Dr. T. D. Rowe 

Dr. R. L. Slmpson 

Dr. H. C. Lee 



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DELTA SIGMA DELTA 



OFFICERS 








SENIORS 




Biiucii: W'ahi.ici; 


G, 


and Mas 


ler 


P. T. Baker 


Dennis Claypool G. A. Lazenby 


A. F. Riggs 


S. Clyde Maduox 


Wo 


Ihy Mas 


ler 


C. T. Barker 


W. N. GiLLISPIE J. E. Little 


G. L. ToWNSENC 


Gordon Townsend 




Scr 


be 


T. J. Bell 


\V. P. HiNSON S. C. Maddox 


R. B. Waruck 


\y. P. HiNSON 




Treasu 


■er 


D. F. Bunn 


N. D. Large J. J. Richardson 


Leslie Young 


Ia.mes E. Little . 




Senior P 


ge 


M. L. Cherry 




Ray Moore 


\V. N. GiLLISPIE . 




Junior P 


ige 








Nelson Large 




Hislor 


an 








M. L. Cherry 




. . T^ 


ler 


J. M. Anderson 
Simon Chappelle 
Adolphus Cook 
Russell Fakoury 


JUNIORS 

Raymond Gardner Leo Horton 
Fulton Gilbert Jim Hulin 
Bill Gray Lacky Peeler 


Herbert Riggs 
Joe Suggs 
John Williams 



DKLTA Sigma Delta, pro- 
Icssional dental fraternity, 
established its Omicron Oniicron 
Chapter at the Medical College 
of Virginia in 1931. The frater- 
nity was first established at the 
University of Michigan in 1882. 



Stuart Benson 
Marshall Dailey 
Lonnie Dickens 



SOPHOMORES 



Louis Ferretti 
Bill Field 
George Green 



Charles Horton 
Harold Johnson 
Penn Marshall 



Wilbur P.ayne 
Nash Underwood 
John Wheeless 




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PSI OMEGA 



OFFICERS 

Tore E. Skeppstrom, Jr., 

Grand Master 
Charlks E. Bodell 

Junior Grand Master 
William J. Caroon . . Secretary 
Ralph B. Holmes . . Treasurer 



Chas. E. Bodell, Jr. 
James G. Dean 



James H. Edwards 
Gladstone M. Hill 
Joseph J. Hunt 



Walker Jordan 
William M. Pearce 
Welford Ross 



L. Rav Shields 

T. E. Skeppstrom, Jr. 



AT Baltimore College ot 
Dental Surgery, in 1892, the 
professional dental iraternity of 
Psi Omega was founded. The 
Gamma Omicron Chapter at the 
Medical College of Virginia was 
originated in 1908. 



William J. Carson, Jr. Chas. R. Crews Marvin L. Gillum David M. Pence 

John R. Carson, Jr. Willia.m Crockett Ralph B. Hol.mes John Pastore 

.'\rthur L. Connor, Jr. Kenneth Fitzgerald Xeil Lothes Jackson E. Shelton 

Fred. B. Cornett Duncan M. Getsinger Walter .^1. Ormes Jos. W. Wiggins, Jr. 



James D. Beall 
Clarence R. Boyd, Jr. 



SOPHOMORES 

W.M. H. Fitzgerald 
John P. Swain 



Robert E. Woodall 




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ALPHA OMEGA 



OFFICERS 

Samuel Gitow .... President 
Geohge Goi.dfarb . Vice-President 
Irving I.niburg .... Secretary 
Raphael Wolpert Treasurer 

Li-xi Gottlieb . Sergeanl-at-.Arms 
.^Iartin Rosenberg . . . Editor 



IX 1907, the prolcssionaKlcnlal 
fraternity ol .\lplia Omega 
was founded at the L nivcrsity 
of Maryland. The Alpha Beta 
Chapter was estabhshed at the 
.^ledical College ol' Virginia In 
l')2'). 





SENIORS 




Sa.muel J. Gitow Harold Weinberger 




JUNIORS 




George Goldfarb Raphael Wolpert 




SOPHOMORES 


Robert Carroll 


Leo Gottlieb Sanfokd L. Lefcoe Herbert Schwartz 


Nathan Evens 


Irving I.mburg George V. New.^ian Herbert Weinberg 


Irving Fritz 


Harold Levine jMartin Rosenberg 



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PHI BETA PI 




OFFICERS 

C. Newton Van Horn . 
Forrest \V. Pitts . . \ 
Harry G. Lockard, Jr. . 
C. Whitney Caulkins . 
Robert D. Keeling . . 
Churchill Hodges 

H 
David R. Rogers . . . 
Ernest T. Cobb 
Chapter P^ditor and Publicit 



. Arclion 

I'ice-Archon 

, Secretary 

. Treasurer 

Historian 

d Guardian 
. Chaplain 



PHI BETA PI was founded as 
a professional medical frater- 
nity at the University of Pitts- 
burgh in 1891. The Phi Psi 
Chapter was established at the 
Medical College of Virginia ten 
vears later. 



Richard N. Baylor 
Scott C. Brainard 

(OHN H. BlNG 

John C. Campbell 
E. F. Counts. Jr. 
Wyson Curry, Jr. 
Lawton F. Douglas 



C. F. Burnett 
John H. Byrd 
C. W. Caulkins 
Richard H. Fisher 
Willia.m Herold 

J. B. Adams 
J. M. Damron 
E. T. Cobb 
C. D. Jordan 



Guy Barrow 
Arnold L. Brown 
Francis J. Dillard 
Leon R. Drake. Jr. 
Charles Guttas 



David M. Du.mville 
John R. Fitzgerald 
JA.^IES R. Gatherum 
Robert E. Gibson 
R. L. Hughes. Jr. 
Robert D. Keeling 



Robert V. Larrick 
Harry T. Linger 
Charles \V. Massey 
Richard McCune 
Horace E. Perkins 
John L. Read 



JUNIORS 

Shelby Jarrell R. E. Paine 

Stuart H. Light Frank Peck 

Lou LoRiA Ja.vies Peck 

B. J. McClanahan \V. W. Quisenberry 

Forrest \V. Pitts David R. Rogers 

SOPHOMORES 

R. H. Kirkland W. R. Looney 

Carl H. Laestar \V. H. Nier.mann 

Willia.m .M. Law Sa.muel P. Oast, HI 

H. G. Lockard, Jr. John L. Pitts 

INITL\TES 

Beverly Jones Thomas .^Iosei.ey 

Irvin Knight Heth Owen, Jr. 

Lawrence L. .^lcCARTHY Willia.m Roberson 
RoBT. S. McClellan Daniel F. Si.m.mons 

John H. .^Ioon Joseph A. Solo.mon 



P. Gordon Re.mine 
W. C. Robertson 

R. L. So.M.MERVILLE 

."Arthur W. Stoolfire 
C. N. Van Horn 
Richard C. Wallace 
Richard K. Willia.ms 



Ja.mes Tho.mpson 
Carl Tully 
Willia.m Willia.ms 
Walter K. Yates 



L. W. Roberts 
T. a. Sau.nders 
Robert W. Irvin 



C. G. Tho.^ipson 
Robert S. Turner 
Robert K. Waller 
Jacob W. Williamson 




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PHI CHI 



OFFICERS 

S. B. DiLLAUD . . Presiding Senior 
G. E. Caia-ekt . . Presiding Junior 
W. B. Hopkins .... Secretary 
V. L. CoFEK. Jr. . . . Treasurer 
C. H. Meeks . . . Judge Advocate 



Ja-mes \V. Brooks 
Sam Booker Dii.i.ard 
.Albert H. Dudley. Jii 
KuwARD .^l. Eppes 

WlLLH.M C. HoLCOMI) 



Dan N. Anderson 
Franklin L. Angell 
Stuart T. Bray 
George E. Calvert 
Noland M. Canter. 
Arthur Allen Cakr 
Elmond Cofkield 



SENIORS 

Eugene E. Hutton H. Carl iMesser- 

George W. Hurt sch.midt. Jr. 

Casper Sidney King Robert P. Moore 

CiiAS. E. Llewellyn. Jr. Albert Pantalone 
Ja.mes D. Mathias Richard C. Reed 



JUNIORS 



Henry C. Decker 
Ray.mond Greco 
DoL-GLAS O. Hill 
John Edward Hill 
L. Max Howard. Jr. 
WiLLiA.M \V. McClure 
Charles Meek 



Robert Q. Marston 
Richard Morgan 
W. S. Newman, Jr. 
George J. Oliver 
Lloyd Olsen 
Harold T. Osterud 
Frank R. Payne 



SOPHOMORES 



Wilbur F. A.monette George Elsasser 
Robert W. Bedinger Edward B. Guy 



FOUNDED at the University 
of Vermont in 1889, Phi Chi 
estabhshed the Theta Eta Chap- 
ter at the Medical College of 
Vireinia in 1899. 



Henry J. Bryan 
collinson burgwyn 
Irving Cavedo 
Vernon L. Coffer, Ji 



A. Bayes Anderson 
Richard Anderson 



\V.\L B. Hopkins, Jr. 
WiLLIA.M R. Irby 
Ben Judy 
RoscoE Mason 



Arthur G. Meakin 
John A. Moore 
Charles Moorefield 
Charles Parker 
Phillip A. Read 
Henry P. Roystek 



PLEDGES 

Richard F. GoR.^lAN Edward W. Green 

Ed.mund X. GouLDiN Tho.mas \V. Harris. HI 



George Thiers 
Clayton L. Tho.mas 
WiLLiA.M C. Winter 
Jack Warnock 



WiLLiA.M B. Payne 
Wilson Powell 
Randolph Trice 
WiLLiA.M Walker. Jr. 
Harold Wilkins 



Hartwell T. Sweeney 
John L. Whaley 
Robert K. Willia.ms 



W.\i. D. Paylette 
John C. Thornton 



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THETA KAPPA PSI 




OFFICERS 






SENIORS 




William Barney . . . President 


Bill Barney 


Roland Burns 


Rupert Hughes 


David Miller 


Fred Walls . . . Vice-President 


James Bocock 


Kent Carter 


Malcolm Hunter 


Tom Potterfield 


Randolph Jackson . . . Recorder 


Charles Brant 


Bill Cecil 


Ronnie Jackson 


Frank Turner 


John Todd Bursar 


Marvin Burdette 


Joe Earnhardt 


Matthew Lacy 


John Blagg 


Howard 0. Burnette . . . Edit.ir 






JUNIORS 






Howard 0. Burnett 


Waldo Henson 


Earl Peters 


Enoch White 




Wayne Button 


Ben Jamison 


John Todd 


Sidney Whitaker 




Frank Flanary 


Joe Milam 


Fred Walls 


Charles Zacharias 




Fleming Harper 




SOPHOMORES 






Earl Allara 


Rufus Gardner 


John Kelly 


Elmer Street 


'T'HE professional mcclical 










-L fraternity of Theta Ivappa 

College of Virginia in 1879. 
Beta Chapter was established 


Larence Dickerson 
S. E. Harris 


Neil Lohr 
J. H. Masters 


PLEDGES 

Harry Nenni 
Dave Palmstrom 


Ralph Stalter 
Manuel Terrogrosa 


Ralph Haynes 


Bob Melgaahd 


James W. Phillips 


Ed. Zornoski 


in that year. 


Herbert Hoover 










ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA 



OFFICERS 










.SEMOR.S 


Hakky C. Fostkk . . . President 


R. 


FAEL CuEV.AE-ZaMOHA 


"Sandy" Huff Larry Ma\ Stuart Sessoms 


\'|NCKNT TiMMiNELLO. \'lce-Presldenl 


Ki 


DIE COPENHAVEK 


Billy Johnston George Nipe Dick Wilson 


Wn.LiA>\ Pate . Recording Secretary 


R. 


llll 


UT E 


FULTZ 


Iekky .^lARTIN Paul Robinson 


KOHK HT E. KrLTZ 

Corresponding Secretary 












RoBEHT AlLSWOHTH . . Treasurer 












RiCHAiiD Wilson . . . Warden 
Samuel Huff .... .Marshal 
T. Stacy Lloyd .... Chaplain 








Phil Bakeu 
Tom Cheek 


JUNIOR.S 

Harry Foster Bruce Martin 
Hampton Hubbard Phil ,^lINOR 

.SOPHOMORES 


n^IlK prol'es.sional medical 
-L tVaternitv, Alpha Kappa 


Bob 
Stac 


VlLSWOKTH 

Y Lloyd 


Bill Pate Vince Tumminello Charles Williams 
Thad Prout William Whit.more 


Kappa, established the Alpha 












Kappa Chapter at the Medical 












College oi'\'irginia in 1906. The 










PLEDGES 


mother chapter was initiated at 








Lowell Berr\ 


Bob Holzgrafe Bill Ritter 


Darlmoiith eighteen years pre- 








Charles Denn 


isoN Ricky Lacquer Dave S.mith 


viouslv. 








Gene Dobbins 


Ralph Riffenberg Bob Steinman 




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PHI DELTA EPSILON 



OFFICERS 

Ivan Freed Presidenl 

M. D. Friedendekg Vice-President 

George Krurp Secretary 

Jerome Imburg Treasurer 

Jack Freund Scribe 



Iack\Volee,Samuei,Hei.lerman'. Jerome 
Imburg. Milton Friedenberg. George 
Krupp. Leo Blank. Philip London. 

Ralph Ber.han, Daniel Ross, Jack 
Freund, Ivan Freed, Alvin Mir.mel- 
STEiN, Norman Ende. 




TN 1904, the professional medical 
-■- fraternity of Phi Delta Ej^silon was 
foiintled at Cornell Universitv. The 
chapter at the Aledical College of 
Virginia, Alpha Mu, was established 
in 1924. 



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ALPHA EPSILON IOTA 



OFFICERS 

Jean Ann W'ili-ong President 

Genevieve Garrett Vice-President 

Elizabeth R. Caro Treasurer 

Nancy I. Pendleton . . . Corresponding Secretary 

Leah M. Williams . . .... Secretary 



'T^IIE Pi Chajitcr oi Alpha Epsilon 
-^ Iota, the proiessional medical ira- 
ternity for women, was ioundeil at 
the Medical College of Virginia in 1923. 
The iraternlty was originated at Ann 
Arbor, Michiaan, in 1889. 




Standing: Mks. Ann H. Williams. Natalie I. Lum. 
Phil L. Chap>lan. 

Seated: Leah M. Williams. Catherine Ann 
Howard. Jean Wilfong. Nancy L Pendle- 
ton. Elizabeth R. Caro. 




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MPBPf 









JvAJrJr A JrSl 



Ervin Brooks. Louis C. Smith, O. T. 
KiTTiNGER. Montague C. Marshall, 
Ir., Raymond E. Dunton. William C. 
Mayo, Walter S. Cox, William Har- 
wooD, Donald T. Hensley. 

Dennis R. Counts, Frank G. Johnson. 
Jr., Charles F. Kingery, James B. 
Sinclair. Charles A. Moses, Charles 
Rhea Houchins, Jay T. Thompson, 
Norman W. Evans, Walter J. Payne. 

: John H. Jones. Charles F. Morgan. 
Donald Hanky, H. Carl Jones, 
Thomas W. Eppes, Earl Clevinger, 
George Glover, James Nissley. 

Ja.mes M. Weddle. J. B. Skelton, B. 
Ken Hornsby, Cecil Burns Mullins, 
Fred P. Casey. 

■d: E>\mett F. Williams. Jr., Robert E. 
Booth, W. W. Fitchett, John W. Lay, 
E. M. Ja>ies. 



OFFICERS 

H. Carl Jones Regent 

Donald T. Hanky Vice-Regent 

Tho.mas W. Eppes Treasvirer 

Earl Clevinger Secretary 

Eddie Booth Historian 

Dr. K. L. Kaufman Faculty Advisor 




T^llK prolcssional pharmaceutical 
-*- iVatcrnlty of Kappa Psi was i'ounded 
at the Medical College of Virginia in 
1879. Theta, the original chapter, 
was established at that time. 



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PHI GAMMA EPSILON 



OFFICERS 

.Marion Mayiikw P.esl.lc.il 

Iean Carter Vice-President 

Gay Nell Ellett Secretary 

Jean Purdy Treasurer 



A LOCAL organizalion lor women 
of the Scliool of Pharmacy, Phi 
Gamma Epsilon was eslahhshed at the 
Medical College of Virginia in Sep- 
tember, 1945. It succeeds Delta Kappa 
Phi which was founded here three 
years previously. 






.■^IaKGARET R. .^UlNDAY, EuiTH R. .^IaY- 

HEW. Geraldine Ailstock. Priscilla 
Phillips, .Mary Ann .Magee, .^Iaxixe 
Elder, Orville Blair Parsons. 

Jean E. Purdy. Jean .^l. Carter, .^Iarion 
F. .^Iayhew. Gay X. Ellett, Hannah 
Boi KNE, Winnie E. Downing. 




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Sealed: Gordon ReMine, Jack Coleman, Isabel 
Taliaferro, Rupert Hughes, William A. 
Fuller, Jack Schwartz. 

Slamling: Jack Freund, Rowland Burns, Austin 
DoDSON, Jr. 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

WiLLiA.M Allen Fuller President 

Jack J. Schwartz Secretary 

Rupert S. Hughes, Jr Treasurer 



TX 1940, the honor medical traternity 
-*- ol Aljiha Omega Alpha was founded 
at the Medical College of Virginia, The 
original chapter. Brown-Sequard, was 
estahlishetl at that time. 



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SIGMA ZETA 



T^IIK national honorary Iralernltv 
-*- of Sigma Zeta, (.'stablishcd for the 
purpose of recognizing scholarship in 
scientific work, foundeil the Gamma 
Chapter at the Medical College of 
N'ireinia in 1926. 



OFFICERS 

Rowland H. Blhns .... ... President 

Ja.mes H. Edwauds Vice-President 

Teresa Silveu.man Secretary 

LoRA Frances Stanton 'I'reasurer 



Standi, 
Nut pi, 



Willia.m a. F'ullek. Rupert S. Hughes. 
JackSchwartz. George Krupp, Teresa 
SiLVER.MAN. Rowland Burns. Ja.mes 
Edwards, Joseph B. Earnhardt. J. 
Harry Bocock, Gorden L. Townsend, 
Robert Warlick. Enoch White. Jr. 

Richard Wilson. Willia.m J. Carson. 
Jr., \\'alter Or.nies. 

rd: JA.^1ES W. Phillips. Florence Hall. 
Catherine Graham, Frances Stanton. 





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DAMES' CLUB 



^"^1 IK DaniLs' Cliil) is ail orgaiiizaliDii 
■'■ ol llic \\i\cs of lliL' studcnls oi 
M.C.\'. This chapter was established 
in 1958 and is a member of the National 
Association of University Dames. The 
primary purpose of the Club is to 
promote frlendshi]^ among the \vi\-es 
ol' the students. The Dames play 
Santa and Easter Bunny to imiortunate 
cliiklren, as well as jilan constructne 
antl educational programs ior tiiem- 
selves. 



M.MES. Don Bunn'. Rupert Hughes, 
Van Gunter, P. Gordon ReMine, 
Abner Riggs, Lowell Berry, Herbert 
RiGGS, L. J. Young, Leo Horton, 
Robert Larrick, Stuart Sesso.ms, 
Lawrence May. Paul Robinson, 
George Nipe. Walter J. Rein. 

M.\\ES. William D. Crockett, Daviu 
M. Dumville, Kenneth Bailey, Chas. 
Ward, Franklin C. Turner, Richard 
McCuNE, Marvin Burdette, Ja.mes 
D. Mathias. Louis Loria. J. E.nlmitt 
Rogers, Joe Wiggins, James Thomp- 
son. Jack Shelton. 
Mmes. a. J. Cook. L. B. Peeler, J. C. 
Taylor. Lawrence McCarthy, Stan- 
ley Newman, Jack Wolfe, Harry K. 
Ogden, E. N. Duvall, E. S. Benson, 
Jr.. .VI. 0. Dailey. S. B. Judy. James 
W. Phillips. 

Mmes. B. S. Beaslev, Ben Hineh. J. C. Kinlaw, 



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Jr., L. R. Shu 



J. H. BococK, 
)LEV, Jr., I. B. 
III. William A. 
Fuller, James R. Gatherum, V.an W. Gunter, 
R. S. Hughes, Jr., Malcolm Hunter. Jr.. R. M. 
Jackson, Elmore Kalbaugh. Jr., R. D. Keeling, 
Matthew Lacv. II, W. R. McCune, G. A. Martin, 
Thomas Potterfield, R. E. Stone, C. C. Tulley, 
Ernest Lannery, Carl Stahl. L. \V. Bennett, 
R. E. Booth. R. K. Cmewning. E. M. James, H. M. 
Nutter. I. E. Marks, R. E. Plott, Jr., Bruce W. 
Young. William W. Quisenberry, Richard 



Wal 



. H. S. Pou 



OFFICERS 

Mrs. L. J. Young President 

Mrs. Herbert Riggs \'lce-Pie.'iiclent 

Mrs. Leo Horton Secretary 

Mrs. Lowell Berry Treasurer 

Mrs. a. H. Dudley. Jr Historian 

.Mrs. Walter J. Rein (.McllcaD . . . Sponsor 

.NIhs. H. S. Powell (Dental) Sponsor 



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OFFICERS 

H. C. Jones President 

Peggy Gregory N'ice-President 

Maxine Elder Treasurer 

Edith Mayhew Secretary 



Logan M. Ives. Jr., Joseph C. Al.mond, 
Jr., V. D. L. Bassil. Cecil B. Mullins, 
Ray.\iond H. Si.m.mons, Walter J. 
Payne, Jr., Nor.man W. Evans, Ja.mes 
M. Weddle, John L. Sneed. John H. 
Jones. L. Earle Clevincer, Edward 
M. Ja.mes, Anderson E. Jones, II, 
Randolph B. Ja.mes, Ja.mes E. Nissley. 



Jay T. Tho.mpson, Jr., Beverly K. 
HoRNSBY, Montague C. Marshall, 
Reed Counts, Averette Myers, Rhea 
Houchins. Tho.mas G. Borden. Carl 
LuECKERT. Jr.. Oliver T. Kittixger. 
WiLLiA.M C. Mayo. 

Thomas \V. Eppes, Em.mett F. Williams, 
Jr.. Raymond Dunton. Mrs. Elizabeth 
S. Montgo.mery, Martha Alderman, 
Frank G. Johnson, Tho.mas F. Mar- 
shall. Jr. 

LiBBY DOU'.MNG. MaRGARET MoNDAY. 

Jean Purdv, Edith R. Mayhew, Elsie 
Dowdy, Rebecca J. Alger, Mary Ann 
Magee, O. Blair Parsons, Priscii.la 
Phillips, Eunice Moore, Lucile Mur- 
phy. 



A. PH. A. 



T^HE M.C.V. Student Branch of the 
-*- American Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion was oryanized Fehruary 2.5, 1942, 
to promote the protessional and social 
interests of the students in the School 
of Pharmacy, as well as to uphold the 
aims of the national organization which 
was lounded m 1(S32. 



Teresa Silverman, G.4Y Nell Ellett, 
Jean Marie Carter, Helen Herthel, 
Ida Joel, Mary Louise HEFF.^lAN, 
Anne E. Glover. 



Peg.a 
H. C,' 



Ann Gregory, Maxine Elder, 
<L Jones, Marion F. i^Iayhew. 




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Raymond Simmons Donald Hanky Hannah Bourne 

Mary Ann Magee Eunice Moore 



MORTAR AND PESTLE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Raymond Simmons President 

Donald Hanky \'ice-President 

Hannah Bourne Secretary-Treasurer 

Mary Ann Magee . Sku// and Bones Representative 
Eunice Moore X-Ray Representative 



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Miss Barbara Freed 
Editorial Staff, X-Ray 



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Miss Alice Parsons 
Business Staff Skull and Bone 



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Fu'e o\-lock .fhaJou 







The a-mi oj all flesh 





Thn-c.Jacks a,ui a Qu 



Reoard Ihe rabbit 



Gel a load of llu- cluckc 





This is Haaii 



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Earning blood monci/ 



Tins Is a lUUei'aao 



Oop.i! Did UY inlriiJe. 




1 know Vm Utile, hul /'.r hcen .<ick 
She sat iiown to play — and nobodi/ laughed! 




Strauihl from the Hart 



Xou- there'.' a man who ro 



— and there's somethtna to concentrate on! 








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WE, (he Staff of the 1946 X-Ray, wish to express 
our ilcep appreciation to the tollowiiii; whose 
invaluahie assistance and interest have liel[ietl to 
make this vearliook possible: 

Mr. Foru, \'irginia Engraving Companv; Messrs. 
Nash and Butler, Everett Waddey Companv; 
Mr. Frank Df.nienti, Colonial Studios: ami 
all those nianv others, too numerous to mention, 
without whose iielp tills hook could never iiave 
become a realitv. 



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SKULL and BONES GRILL 




An Important N. C. V. Social Center 

AN IDEAL PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND DINE 
Jlouii and Moitijn Linton 



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JOHNSTON- WILLIS HOSPITAL 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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\ IhW Dh HUSPII AL AND NURSES' HOME FROM EAMOUS BAI TLh ABBEY 



A Private Hospital Located in a Quiet Residen- 
tial Section, Overlooking the Grounds of 
Battle Abbey. 

Fireproof Construction. 

Most Modern Equipment. 



Medical, Surgical, and Obstetrical Departments. 
Accredited Training School for Nurses. 
Enrolls Members for the U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps. 
Approved for Training Interns. 
148 Beds, Single and Double Rooms. 



Reasonable Rates 



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GRACE HOSPITAL 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 





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Officers 

A. L. Herring, M.D., President 

j. A. Rollings, M.D., Vice-President 

E. T. Trice, M.D., Vice-President 

T. B. Washington, M.D., Secretary-Treasurer 



J. A. Rollings, M.D. 
E. T. Trice, M.D. 
T. B. Washington, M.D. 
George H. Snead, M.D. 
J. E. Warinner, M.D. 
W. F. Bryck, M.D. 



Board of Directors 



A. L. Herring, M.D., Chairniiin 



Bruce L. Randolph, M.D. 
E. C. Bryce, M.D. 

J. J. HULCHER, M.D. 

Philip Jones, M.D. 

J. R. Grinels, M.D. 

A. L. Herring, Ir., M.D. 



T. B. Pearman, M.D. 



Managing Director 
R. H. Thomas 



Director of Nurses 
Miss Hazel Knibb, R.N. 



Our school offers in;iny advantages to those who wish to enter the 
nursing profession. Complete information furnished upon request. 



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McGUIRE CLINIC 

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND. VA. 




MEDICAL AND SURGICAL STAFF 



Ceiienil Medline: 
James H. Smith, M.D. 
Hunter H. McGuire, M.D. 

M.\RG.-\RET NOLTING, M.D. 

John P. Lynch, M.D. 
George S. Bowers, M.D. 

Orthopedic Surgery: 

W'm. Tate Graham, M.D. 
James T. Tucker, M.D. 

Urology: 

Austin L Dodson, M.D. 
Chas. M. Nelson, M.D. 



Oto/i/ryngi/logy: 
Tiios. E. Hui 



i\LD. 



Dental Si/rgery: 
John Bell W'illia.ms, D.D.S, 
Guy R. Harrison, D.D.S. 

General Surgery: 

Stuart McGuire, M.D. 
W. Lowndes Peple, M.D. 
Webster P. Barnes, M.D. 
John H. Reed, Jr., M.D. 
John Robert Massie, Jr., M.D. 



Obstetrics: 

H. C. Si'ALDim., M.D 
W . Hughes Evans, M D 
J,\.\iLs M. Whitfield, M.D. 

Opbthiibiiulogy: 

Francis H. Lee, M.D. 



Bronchoscopy: 

Geo. Austin Welchons, 

Roentgenology: 
J. Lloyd Tabb, M.D. 

Patholog y: 

I. H. Scherer, M.D. 



M.D, 



1000 WEST GRACE STREET 



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STUART CIRCLE HOSPITAL 



RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 









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Medicine: 

Alexander G. Brown, Jr., M.D. 
Manfred Call, III, M.D. 
M. Morris Pinckney, M.D. 
Alexander G. Brown, III, M.D. 

Obstetrics iiiul Gynecology: 

Wm. Durwood Suggs, M.D. 
Spotswood Robins, M.D. 

Ophthahiiology, Otolaryngology: 
W. L. Mason, M.D. 

Pediatrics: 

Algie S. Hurt, M.D. 

Charles Preston Mangum, M. D. 

Pathology: 

Regena Becic, M.D. 



Surgery: 

Charles R. Robins, M.D. 
Stuart N. Michaux, M.D. 
A. Stephens Graham, M.D. 
Charles R. Robins, Jr., M.D. 
Carrington Williams, M.D. 

Urological Surgery: 
Frank Pole, M.D. 
Marshall P. Gordon, Jr., M.D. 

Oral Surgery: 

Guy R. Harrison, D.D.S. 

Roentgenology and Radiology: 
Fred M. Hodges, M.D. 
L. O. Snead, M.D. 
Hunter B. Frischkorn, Jr., M.D. 
D. \'. Kechele, M.D. 

Director: 
Mabel E. Montgomery, R.N, M.A. 



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POWERS & ANDERSON 



SURGICAL 
INSTRUMENTS 

H O S P I T ,\ L 
SUPPLIES 




DENTAL 
INSTRUMENTS 
EQUIPMENT 

and 
SUPPLIES 



HEADQUARTERS, 2 SOUTH 5ch STREET, RICHMOND, VA. 



X)\\ ERS .•<. ANDERSON SURGICAL INSTRUMENT COMPANY, INC. 
227 Wkst York Street, Norfolk, \'a. 



POWERS c^ ANDERSON OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 
626 West 4th Street, Winston-S.ale.m, N. C. 



POWERS c^ ANDERSON OF SOUTH CAROLINA, INC. 
1512 Marion Street, Columbia, S. C. 



POWERS & ANDERSON DENTAL CO., Inc. 

2 SOUTH FIFTH STREET, RICHMOND, VA. 



Daitiil Branches 

(1) Wainwright Building, Norfolk, \'a. 

(2) 14 West Franklin Road, Roanoke, \'a. 

(3) Allied .\rts Building, Lynchburg, \'a. 

POWERS .^ ANDERSON DENTAL CO., INC. 
301 Liberty Lite Building, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Offices and Plant of Wm. P. Poythress & Company, Inc., Richmond, Virginia 
Manufacturers of 

'SOLFOTON" "URO-PHOSPHATE" "TCS" 'TANALGESIC 



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RiCHtnonD. viHGiniH 



Since 1856 



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AN ENDLESS FIGHT 



In llic cnilless fight aiiainst diseasp. Srliei-in<T 
hari always endeavored to pioneer in the field 
of research — researeli which lias made a\ail- 
ahle tlie most effective tlierapeutic weapons. 
T^'e pledjie to hold high this standard and 
to wield llie sharpened sword of 

research — with ever more telling strokes. 




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Your proudest moment perhaps, will be the day you hang up your "shingle" . . . 
announcing to the community which you are about to serve that you possess all 
of the qualifications to practice dentistry according to the requirements set forth 
by your school and by law. 

The measure of success you will enjoy will depend upon many things . . . per- 
sonality . . . ability . . . integrity . . . and last but not least, your spirit of progressiveness 
which will be reflected by the environment of your office. And it is here that Weber 
will prove of inestimatable value and help to you — not only through its many "Prac- 
tice Building" services which are furnished 
gratis to you as a user of Weber Equipment 
but as a source of neu' and better appliances 
which are designed to make your work more 
efficient, more enjoyable, more profitable. 

Ask your Weber Dealer how you can qualify 
for this complete course in "Dental Counselling 
and Office Management" or write us direct. 



WEBER 




'Dcatal7H^utu^actunMUf(^o*Hfi€uuf 



CANTON 5, OHIO 



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WESTBROOK SANATORIUM 

RICHMOND, \-IRGINIA 



A Pri\'ate Saxatorium for the Care and Treatment of Nervous and Mental 
Disorders, and Those Addicted to Alcohol and Drugs 



There are twelve buildings for patients, providmi; accommodations ior 130, 

situated in the midst of 120 acres on the outskirts of Richmond with a home-like 

atmosphere. A special training school is maintained 



Depiirtment for Alei/ 

James K. Hall, M. D. 
Ernest H. Alderman, M. D. 
John R. Saunders, M. D. 

Depi/rt/z/fiir for Woi)?en 

Paul \ . Anderson, M. D. 
Rex Blankinship, M. D. 
Thomas E. Painter, M. D. 



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ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND 20, \'IRGINIA 

STAFF 

J. Shelton HoRSLEY, M.D Suf^tn .„„1 Gymn/ogy 

Guy W. Horsley, M.D Gi?,ir.,.' Sur^rn 

Leroy Smith, M.C. Gena-al ajid PUstic Si/ygfn 

D. Coleman Booker, M.D General Surgny and Gaitroicopy 

Douglas G. Chapman, M.D Internal Utdicim 

Austin I. Dodson, M.D Urology 

Charles M. Nelson, M.D Urology 

Fred M. Hodges, M.D Koentgenology 

L. O. Sne.^d, M.D Roentgenology 

Hunter B. Frischkorn, M.D Koentgeflology 

Helen Lorraine Medical Illustration 

VISITING STAFF 

Harry j. Warthen, Jr., M.D Surgery 

\Vm. H. HiGGiNS, M.D Internal Medicine 

W. K. Dix, M.D Internal Medicine 

James P. Baker, Jr., M.D Internal Medicine 

Howell F. Shannon, D.M.D Dental Surgery 

ADMINISTRATION 
N. E. Pate Butmesi Manager 

The Operjtiiig Rooms and all of the Front Bedrooms 

.ire completely Air-Condittoned 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The School of Nursing is ,Lffili.uecl ^Yith JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING in Baltimore for a three months' course £ 

in Peduitrics and Obstetrics. Address: Director of Nursing Education 



Coii/plll/iiilts of 

TUCKER HOSPITAL 



INCORPORATED 



Private sanatorium for neurological and psychiatric patients under the charge of 
Dr. Beverley R. Tucker, Dr. Howard R. Masters and Dr. James Asa Shield and Staff 



Residences and Internships Offered in 
Neurology and Psychiatry 



212 West Franklin Street 



Richmond 20, \'a. 



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VAN PELT & BROWN 

1 \ C C) R I^ C) R A T E D 

A\iiiiuj\icti/riiig Flhirniiicist.s 

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Manufacturers of 

PHARMACEUTICALS 

ETHICAL PRESCRIPTION SPECIALTIES 

REAGENTS, STAINS, AND STANDARDIZED SOLUTIONS 

FOR THE CLINICAL LABORATORY 



LABORATORIES 



RICHMOND 



X'IRGINIA 



A CAPITAL IDEA . . . 



In most instances the medical practitioner cannot leave 
his family an established business as a source ot liveli- 
hood. Onlv through the accumulation of income-pro- 
ducing capital can he project his earning power into the 
future for the benefit of those dependent upon him. 

No plan as \et devised for creating income-producing 
capital can serve him so quickly and so surely as life 
insurance. 




LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 



RICHMOND 



ESTABLISHED 1871 



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"IS THIS PRODUCT COUNCIL ACCEPTED?" 

This is the first question many physicians ask 
the detail man, when a new product is presented 



If the detail man answers, "No," the doctor saves time 
by saying, "Come around again when the Council accepts 
your product." 

If the detail man answers, "Yes," the doctor knows 
that the composition of the product has been carefully 
verilied, and that members of the Council have scrutinized 
the label, weighed the evidence, checked the claims, and 
agreed that the product merits the confidence of the 
physician. The doctor can ask his own questions, and 
make his own decision about using the product, but not 
only has he saved himself a vast amount of time but he 
has derived the benefit of a fearless, expert, fact-finding 
body whose sole purpose is to protect him and his patient. 

No one physician, even if he were qualified, could 
afford to devote so much time and study to every new 
product. His Council renders this service for him, freely. 
Nowhere else in the world is there a group that performs 
the functions so ably served by the Council on Pharmacy 
and Chemistry and the Council on Foods. 

Mead Johnson & Company cooperates with both 
Councils, not because we have to but because we want 
to. Our detail men can always answer: "Yes, this Mead 
Product is Council-Accepted." 



MEAD PRODUCTS 

COUNCIL-ON-PHARMACY 

ACCEPTED: 

Mead's Oleum Percomorphum 
With Other Fish Liver Oils and 
Viosterol; .Mead's Cod Liver 
Oil Fortified With Percomorph 
Liver Oil; Mead's Viosterol in 
Halibut Liver Oil (Liquid and 
capsules); Mead's Cod Liver 
Oil With Viosterol; Mead's 
Viosterol in Oil; Mead's Stand- 
ardized Cod Liver Oil; Mead's 
Halibut Liver Oil; Mead's As- 
corbic Acid Tablets; Mead's 
Thiamine Hydrochloride Tab- 
lets; Mead's Niacin Tablets; 
Mead's Menadione in Oil. 



MEAD PRODUCTS 

COUNCIL-ON-FOODS 

ACCEPTED: 

Dextri-Maltose Nos. 1, 2, & 3; 
Mead's Dextri-Maltose With 
Yeast Extract and Iron; Pab- 
lum; Pabena; Mead's Cereal; 
Mead's Brewers Yeast (powder 
and tablets); Mead's Powdered 
Protein Milk; Mead's Powdered 
Lactic Acid Milk No. 2; .\lacta; 
Casec; Sobee; Olac. 



ALL MEAD PRODUCTS 
ARE COUNCIL-ACCEPTED 



MEAD JOHNSON & COMPANY 

EVANSVILLE, IND., U. S. A. 



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The Southeastern Optical Co. 



Distributors of 
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OPHTHALMIC INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT 
BUILDERS OF HIGH CLASS I^ WORK 



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RICHMOND, VA. 

Phone 2-8998 



PHIPPS & BIRD, Inc. 



601 E<ST HvrdStr 



for 

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HEMACYTOMETERS 

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SECOND AND FRANKLIN STREETS 
Phone 3-2723 Richmond, Virginia 



Union Life Insurance Co. 

in'corporated 

Ordinary and Monthly Policies of All For.\ 
iilso 
Educational Policies That Will Fit the 
Need or Any Income 



Home Office 
15 North 6th Street Richmond, Virginia 



What Is a Doctor's Investment? 

In addition to long years of hard work and preparation, it is estimated bv one authority that a doctor's 
inyestment in his profession is approximately §30,000. 

The doctor's inyestment is unlike that of a business man who can show a tangible business property that can 
be sold when he wants to retire, or at death, whereas the yalue of a physician's business, except for office 
furniture and equipment, lies solely in his ability to earn during his earning years. 

How, then, can a doctor protect his inyestment for absolute security? The sure way is through ownership 
of adequate life insurance to safeguard against the two inevitable threats to eyery man — death or old age. 
For absolute protection of your investment for future security, buy all the life insurance you can as soon as 
you can. An Atlantic Life representative will be very happy to assist in planning \our life insurance estate. 




ATLANTIC LIFE 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

RICHMOND, VA. 

Directing the Way Toward Financial Security 
Since the T urn of the Century 




1108 EAST MARSHALL STREET 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



BODEKER DRUG COMPANY 

IS46-t)NE HUNDREDTH .\NNIVERS.\RY 19-16 

C, J, Miller, ?r,sni,nt 
C. H. Miller, V:ci-Pris,dnit 
H. F. Miller, Jr., Secrtrun 
E. M. Miller, Trr^ismr 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



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LAFAYETTE PHARMACY 

1011 LAFAYETTE 

Phone 5-1777 



PHYSICIANS' SERVICE 
LABORATORIES 



303 East Franklin Street 



PHONE 3-5911 

I! no .ii,su!rcjl!6-01S'i 



SHAIA'S GRILL 

Con^rdtuldtes the Graduatinz^ CLisses 

of 

The MEDICAL COLLKGE 

of VIRGINIA 



A'Ir. Richard Shaia axd Mr. Edward Shaia, Proprietofs 



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Davenport Insurance Corp. 

INSURANCE 

All lines . . Quick: binding 

Service World-Wide 

Cull 2-1671 



1113-15 East Main Street - Richmond, \'irginia 

Established 1849 Incorporated 1925 



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Grant Drug Company, Inc. 

610 East Broad Street 
Richmond, Virginia 



"The Downtown Prescription Center' 



McCLEARY'S 

Good Home Cooked Food 

One Block From 
College 

1100 East Broad Street 











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"A New Birth ofFreedom!'' 

A S AMERICANS, \vc are proud of the fact that 
■'- ^ we are a freedom-loving people. Our aim as 
a nation is to strive to improve human welfare, 
with freedom and justice for all. It is a freedom 
which makes every American thrill to call his 
countrv "home." It is a freedom without which 
life ceases to be worth living. America has been a 
svmbol, to the freedom-loving people of the world, 
of liberty, independence, and freedom. One of 
the most democratic things about the freedom- 
loving, independent-minded people of America is 
the institution of life insurance. Through life 
insurance, men have guaranteed that their families 
shall enjoy freedom from want and freedom from 
fear; and that thev, too, may be assured of financial 
independence in the sunset years of life. 


Home Beneficial Life Insurance Company 

INCORPORATED 

"The Home of Protection" 
HOME OFFICE-RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 




Richmond Coca-Cola Bottling Works 



Compliments of 

ADDISON 
CLEANING CO., Inc. 

5-7 Stafford Avenue Dial 5-1765 



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IN 

RICHMOND 

MORE PEOPLE DRINK 
RICHMOND DAIRY MILK 

Thcin All Others Combined 

THERE MUST BE A REASON 

Enjoy Kich>?wnd Dairy and 
Dolly Nladisoi! Ice Cream 

RICHMOND 
DAIRY 
COMPANY 



MEMORIAL INN 

(Under New Minhigemeiif) 
Al and Ruth Fadool 



Delicious 
SANDWICHES MADE TO ORDER 



TO MEET-y4 Friendly Place -'ro eat 



Phone 3-9662 



OWENS & MINOR DRUG CO. 



INCORPORATKI 



RICHMOND, \IRGINIA 



Wholesalers of 
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND 
PHARMACEUTICALS 



Sixtj-H-iree Years of Experience in Serving the Druggists 

"f 
NORTH CAROLINA 

AND 

\ IRGINIA 



HARRIS DENTAL COMPANY 

Medical Arts Building 
RICHMOND, \'A. 

Mcdicil Arts Building 
NORFOLK, ^'A. 



••ORAL HYGIENE MAGAZINE" 

A monthh- dtnt.il publicition, aviiiluble to 

.ill Dent.il Students, upon request, 

with our compliments 



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Better Milk ^i^^ 



MEANS ^^ 







"The Home of 
Better Milk'' 



CoDipliii/eiits of 

RICHMOND DENTAL 
LABORATORY 



Coiuplinieiits of d Friend 




r VHUGHHD . . 

memo RiHL clidic 

W. RANDOLPH GRAHAM, M.D. J.WARRICK THOMAS. M.D. 



Practice Limited to 

ALLERGY 

AND 

INTERNAL MEDICINE 

Offering 

Residences in Allergy 
Training School for Allergy Technicians 

201 W. FRANKLIN ST., RICHMOND, VA. 



W RxNDOLPH Graham, M.D. 



,1. Warrick Thomas, M.D. 



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ENGRAVINGS FOR THIS BOOK PRODUCED BY 




IRGINIA 
ENGRAVING 
COMPANY 



^^P"9"<9Hli"^ 



01 GOVERNOR STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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College Annual 

requires the undivided 
interest and attention of 
Editor, Business Manager and 
Publisher if it is to present 
that much desired appearance 
of Character. 

|[ For that reason, Everett 
Waddey Company handles 
only a limited number of 
annuals each year — a limited 
number so as to permit proper 
service. 

C Everett Waddey Company 
of Richmond, Virginia, alone 
was responsible to the Staff 
of the X-RAY for 1946 
for the correct manufacture of 
the X-RAY. 



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